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After a unanimous vote Monday night approving the proposal, the proposed legislation moved to a second reading, where a public hearing will be held. The public hearing has not palm beach county been scheduled. Council will have to approve the ordinance after a third reading for it to become law. If approved, the law would go into effect 30 days after final council approval. While the proposed ordinance could keep the person from being charged criminally, the individual could still be subject to a civil lawsuit, according to city Law Director Stephen McHugh. He said a number of conditions must be met before a person would be protected from criminal charges. FIRST REPORT The city council will vote on a proposed law that would protect people who break into a locked vehicle, during extreme weather, to rescue a pet. Beavercreek City Councilman Zach Upton, who owns two dogs, said he suggested the law after reading a news story about a man who was criminally charged for breaking a vehicle window to rescue a dog. I thought thats just not right, Upton said. This man did good will, and there needs to be something we can do to protect him. Monday nights city council meeting will mark the first of three readings on the ordinance. The council will have to approve the ordinance three times before it becomes a law. If approved, the law could go into effect as early as January. Sign up for our WHIO-TV Daily Headlines Newsletter Sign Up
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Some theme nights include Martini Monday, which offers discount bottle prices, and True Blue Ladies Night Wednesdays, when ladies drink for half off. This organization's history can be traced back to the 1800s and today it boasts of locating 350 lost persons annually. Kids can also join the Club's “Summer Sailing Camp.” Every night is themed, and this bar stays open seven nights a week. Wade or ride your kayak or canoe and fish in the lagoon. Feb Bush, lets any restaurant permit dogs in outside dining areas and forbids discrimination by breed. Up to 180 guests can be accommodated, up to 120 on the dance floor in the ballroom. For the kids, there is a watermark behind the RV resort, although the admission is not included in the rental fee. The adjacent Lion Country Safari offers both drive-through and walk-through tours as well as food courts, shopping, several rides and a water spray ground. Check the calendar for a list of current happenings in the area.
1 injured in West Palm Beach shooting Saturday - Fox29 WFLX TV, West Palm Beach, FL-news & weather
More >> Updated: Monday, November 9 2015 5:57 PM EST2015-11-09 22:57:00 GMT Fan banner that Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton ripped down before the game Jonathan Jones via Twitter A North Carolina-based Packers fan says he's now getting death threats after he reported his 37-foot banner stolen after Carolina Panthers' quarterback Cam Newton took it before Sunday's game. More >> A North Carolina-based Packers fan says he's now getting death threats after he reported his 37-foot banner stolen after Carolina Panthers' quarterback Cam Newton took it before Sunday's game. More >> Monday, November 9 2015 4:26 PM EST2015-11-09 21:26:33 GMT President Barack Obama made the first post to his personal Facebook page on Monday. More >> President Barack Obama made the first post to his personal Facebook page on Monday. More >> WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -- One person was shot in West Palm Beach Saturday afternoon, according to police. Police say one man was shot near 7th Street and Douglass Avenue and the suspect is at large. Police believe that two vehicles were driving nearby and the occupants were shooting at each other, striking the victim. He was transported to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Copyright 2015 Scripps Media, Inc.
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