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Feb. 15, 2012TRENTON, MO |  By: Wayman

Trenton Animal Control

The Trenton City Council re-negotiates its contract with the local animal shelter.

The city had agreed to pay Green Hills Animal Shelter $8 per animal picked up, but so many animals were loose the agency's agreed to re-negotiate animal control services between now and April 30th. Trenton city manager Kerry Sampson says that will help the budget, but residents can help out too.

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The city council this week also updated speed limit ordinances to reflect current speed limits in the city.