3.20.290 Neutering account established in the escrow account.
   A.   A neuter account is established in the escrow fund to accept all moneys donated by interested groups and individuals for the purpose of encouraging pet owners to have their animals spayed or neutered.
   B.   Moneys form this account shall be used as incentive to encourage pet owners who have adopted their pets through the services provided by the city animal control department to have their animals neutered or spayed. The animal control commission shall determine the amount and type of financial incentives to be provided. Incentives may include, but shall not be limited to, rebates and/or direct payment for outside services.
   C.   Moneys deposited in this account or earned as interest from money deposited in this account shall not revert to the general fund and shall not have to be appropriated annually by the common council. (Prior code § 7-65)