Cat Sanctuary Will Stay
There may be new life for an embattled cat sanctuary in High Springs.
Disregarding a unanimous vote by the planning commission-- and a staff agreement with the city of high springs-- county commissioners voted to direct staff to draw up plans for a special exception for the Haven Acres Sanctuary.
Commissioners want the owners to agree to several conditions, including a plan to reduce the odor coming from the sanctuary. The owners say there are more than 250 cats on the property.
A vote on a final plan to allow haven acres to remain.... Will be on June ninth.
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