Falkland residents are being asked if they want to bring stray dogs under control.
A meeting will be held July 25 at 7 p.m. at the Falkland Community Hall the Columbia-Shuswap Regional District’s proposed dog control service.
“I’ve had a lot of phone calls and complaints about dogs,” said director Rene Talbot.
“We’re going to have a community meeting to give people information and see what they have to say and go from there.”
For more information about what is involved in the service, go to www.csrd.bc.ca and click on Dog Control under Popular Topics.
The estimated cost of service would be $14.18 annually per household.
“If there is sufficient support at the community meeting, the CSRD will move forward with a public assent process,” said Talbot.