While a group of animal advocates is still interested in potentially taking over operations of the Wexford County Animal Shelter, they are first going to do some due diligence.
That will come in the form of a Freedom of Information Act request to find out things such as three years of detailed expenses, agreements with vendors and any contracts the shelter might have. When that information will be requested and what, if anything, will be done in the future by the group known as the Animal Advocates of Wexford are unknown.
What is known, however, is some members of the Wexford County Human Resources and Public Safety Committee, as well as Wexford County Sheriff Trent Taylor, believe the volunteer group that works at the shelter is doing a great job. Click here for more on the story.