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As part of the fiscal year 2013 budget passed in June, the city council ordered a $449,105 reduction in the net cost of animal services. Since then, city staff has met periodically with shelter supporters to develop a plan that achieves that goal.
The Palo Alto Humane Society has drafted a 13-page report that calls for a combination of staffing cuts and expanded services. At the same time, a grassroots group called Save Our Shelter wants the city to avoid layoffs and focus its efforts on
The city's budget office is recommending that the division be outsourced in response to Mountain View's decision to leave the partnership it has had with Palo Alto for animal services since 1993. Palo Alto still has similar agreements with Los Altos