GLEN ROCK, N.J.– There have been no sale of puppy mill dogs in Glen Rock and it seems borough officials want to keep it that way.
Glen Rock's mayor and council on Wednesday voted 6-0 to introduce an ordinance that will ban the sale of puppy mill dogs in the borough.
A public hearing was scheduled for 8 p.m. on Sept. 14. Council could vote on the ordinance that night.
"We won't have to incur the same issues as Paramus ," Mayor Bruce Packer said.
Earlier this month, Emerson became Bergen County's first municipality to ban the sale of puppy mill dogs .
East Rutherford last week moved to do the same .
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