Thursday, June 13, 2013

Unicoi Shelter
The Unicoi county animal shelter will be looking for some more funding after a surprise vote result left them without a large portion of their funding. The Erwin Board of Mayor and Alderman voted 5-1 to pull funding from the county shelter and put funds toward a shelter for the town of Erwin. The town officials say that the shelter was asking for 23-thousand dollars more in funding for this year. After a lengthy discussion the board came to the conclusion that it would be more cost effective to operate their own shelter than to contribute to the county shelter. This means there is a void in the funding for the county shelter now that would have to be picked up by the town of Unicoi and Unicoi County and that would be before any increases in the budget. (CC)

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