Top Stories: Finalists To Lead Dallas Animal Services Interview For Top Job
The top local stories this morning from KERA News:
Dallas city leaders Thursday will interview finalists to head the Animal Services department.
The interim leader - Dallas police Major Barbara Hobbs - and five others will interview with several panels and meet the public in a reception. Finalists from that group will move on to an interview with City Manager T.C. Broadnax.
The Animal Services department went through a major overhaul last year after a pack of loose dogs killed Army veteran Antoinette Brown. Police commanders were installed to overhaul Animal Services and implement recommendations from a consulting group. The report from Boston Consulting Group estimated 8,700 loose dogs roamed the streets in southern Dallas.
Other stories this morning:
- After years of contentious debate about the project, the Dallas City Council next week will vote whether to pull support for building a toll road along the Trinity River.
- Our Big Screen team previews the Women Texas Film Festival, coming to Dallas later this month.
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