According to the LA Times
, Ed Boks, the new head of the Animal Services Department, stated that he believes that Los Angeles can be "the first major city to truly accomplish the no-kill" policy in shelters and that it should strive to do that in five years. He considers San Francisco as the "national model" of a well-funded city animal agency with a no-kill policy. And he suggested Los Angeles challenge New York City — whose animal control department he headed until Friday with a mix of frustration and success — to see which city could achieve the goal first.
The Daily Breeze
follows up on Delgadillo's lawsuits against the ADL reporting that he filed 14 misdemeanor charges Friday against the Animal Defense League, saying the group violated state law by repeatedly harassing and intimidating a manager of the city's animal shelters. They also noted that none of the charges in Delgadillo's case focused on Stuckey.
I guess we'll just hold our breath and wait this out...