SADDLE BROOK, N.J.– Saddle Brook's Mayor and Council on Thursday are expected to pass an ordinance banning the sale of puppy mill dogs, officials said.
"It is a preventative measure because we don't have any stores that sell dogs or cats," Mayor Robert White said.
The ordinance was introduced on July 14 and passed unanimously on first reading.
Officials will also be officially introducing ordinances establishing a "no-knock" policy and an update on the township's social media policy.
The agenda can be found here .
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