No due date in animal shelter location lawsuit - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

7/13/09

No due date in animal shelter location lawsuit

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - There is no due date in the animal shelter lawsuit.

A handful of residents sued the city to stop a new animal shelter from being built in Mackenzie Park. Both sides were supposed to write court briefs before July 14th, but that's now off the table. Both sides have agreed to delay the lawsuit.

The city will hold a July 28th public hearing on the location of the animal shelter. If the city decides to go forward with the shelter in Mackenzie Park then the residents can immediately pick up their lawsuit where it left off.

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