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Chiefland officials are working toward putting more teeth into a set of rules regulating dangerous dogs in city limits.
Commissioners, after hearing two weeks ago that two pitbulls were roaming city streets attacking people, voted unanimously Monday to appoint themselves to a hearing board to help establish a more formal way of dealing with the problem.
Chiefland businessman Chris Jones, who spoke about the problem to the commission at its last meeting, was at Monday night's meeting with a petition signed by more than a dozen residents.
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