Memphis Animal Services Shortens Operating Hours
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MAS Advisory Board Meetings
Another way to make a difference is to simply attend the quarterly MAS Advisory Board meetings. When only a few people sporadically attend, the cruelty and neglect of animals remain a low priority for our city government. A strong and consistent attendance of the meetings reinforces the accountability of our tax-paid leaders.
Please make plans to attend the upcoming Memphis Animal Services board meeting.
Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library
3030 Poplar Avenue
Meeting room A
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SOS Memphis believes that all matters concerning Memphis Animal Services (MAS) should be brought to the public’s attention, because transparency benefits our citizens and the animals. Any time MAS is allowed to operate in the shadows, it is not good for the citizens or animals in this community. If you have a positive experience at MAS, or if you witness animal abuse or neglect during a visit to MAS, WE WANT TO KNOW. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your identity will remain confidential.