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(A) It shall be unlawful for any person to own or in any way maintain, harbor or keep any animal which is dangerous as described in § 90.29 (B)(3) above, or that is vicious as defined in this chapter. This shall not apply to any animal that attacks any person or animal unlawfully upon its owner's or keeper's premises.
(B) Any person who owns an animal that has been declared dangerous or vicious by the Animal Control Officer shall have the right to appeal this decision to the Town Administrator and to request a hearing by submitting a written request to the office of the Town Administrator within five working days after the Animal Control Officer's determination that the animal is dangerous or vicious. The Town Administrator or his/her designee shall conduct a hearing to determine if the Animal Control Officer's determination that the animal is dangerous or vicious is correct or incorrect. If the animal is judged not to be dangerous or vicious, it shall be returned to the owner. If the Town Administrator or his/her designee determines the animal to be dangerous or vicious, then the animal shall be disposed of in a humane manner.
('81 Code, § 90.16) (Ord. 93050, passed 10-12-93) Penalty, see § 10.99