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I want to thank everyone for their help with the cat colony at 2837 S Hillock. This

vacant building was an eyesore to the community and became a public safety

problem that needed to be demolished. The situation required the cooperation of

several parties and everyone worked hard to ensure that no animals were

harmed during the demolition.

Prior to the start of demolition, I held a meeting at my Ward office with the

property owner, Delta Demolition, and volunteers who were willing to help

remove the cats. I want to thank Autumn Ganza, Maureen Sullivan, Paul

Nickerson from TreeHouse foundation and Heather Weidmann from Whiskers &

Tails foundation for their diligence in working with Autumn to safely remove the

remaining cats. Thank you all again for your work.

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