Cats and dogs will be discussed tonight by the Geneva City Council.
Current city and county animal control services and policies will be discussed. City Manager Sage Gerling says there are concerns over the policies and practices involving control of dogs and cats caught in the city. Council will also get an update on the environmental remediation work in the neighborhoods of the old Geneva Foundry. Arsenic and lead from the old Jackson Street plant is being removed from the soil. The two-year removal project is being done by the state and the city. The city council will also recognize the Geneva Junior Panther’s youth football team. They just competed in the World Youth Football Championship Mideast qualifier over the weekend in Canton, Ohio.
Tonight’s meeting at Geneva City Hall begins at 7 p.m.