Newspaper article Daily Examiner (Grafton, Australia)

Dog Fence to Stay; Happy Paws Haven Wins Backing of Council

Newspaper article Daily Examiner (Grafton, Australia)

Dog Fence to Stay; Happy Paws Haven Wins Backing of Council

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Byline: Lachlan Thompson Lachlan.Thompson@dailyexaminer.com.au

CLARENCE Valley Council last night made the decision to let Sally Rogers of Happy Paws Haven keep her fence, for the time being at least.

Prior to the ordinary council meeting Ms Rogers sent an email to all nine of the councillors, asking for their support.

In the email she said the fence was not the root cause of the ongoing dispute between her and her neighbours, but she did not elaborate further.

She said relocating the facility was the best long-term solution but in the meantime she asked the council to approve the devel- opment application and let her fence stand.

aAccording to legal and CVC planning advice I have been given, my fence complies; all it needs is approval,a Ms Rogers said.

The staff report which was presented to the councillors said the fence had been built to reduce the noise emitted from the Happy Paws Haven animal shelter and to make the property more secure. …

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