Four Killeen Animal Advisory Committee members resign in protest | Local News

Citing an inability to resolve differences with city staff and Killeen Animal Shelter, four members of a city advisory committee tendered their resignations on Tuesday.

“When I was appointed to the committee, I was very excited to think about how I could help … work towards achieving murder-free shelter status, because that has been our main focus,” said Vice President Linda Marzi. to Killeen Town Council during the public comment period. “Well, that didn’t happen. “We tried very, very hard to reach this situation, but nothing was accomplished with the animal shelter and the town of Killeen.”

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