Bentonville Animal Task Force Prepares for Public Input


BENTONVILLE, Ark. (KFTA) — The Bentonville Animal Task Force met once again Thursday to get ready for a public input meeting next month.

The group was originally organized to determine if the city needed an animal shelter.

Right now, the city sends all strays to Centerton to hold.

Stephanie Orman, a member of the task force, told KNWA the goal of tonight’s meeting was to make sure they have every question answered that community members might ask.

That meeting is July 12.

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