Iowa City Council Moves Forward with Animal Shelter

IOWA CITY, Iowa - Iowa City council members have voted to move forward with a new animal shelter.

The City has been discussing building a new shelter for years. Tuesday night, the city council voted to begin accepting bids for the project.

The plan calls for building it in an area along Napoleon Lane, south of downtown. The project comes with an estimated price tag of over $3 million.
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