As of Tuesday, the Union County Animal Shelter switched to euthanasia by injection (EBI) for the routine euthanasia of dogs and cats, Sheriff Eddie Cathey said.
Indian Trail Town Councilman David Cohn is still angry about what happened in last week's closed session meeting.
The N.C. Division of Water Quality holds a public hearing Jan. 9 about the N.C. Department of Transportation application for a permit to build the Monroe Bypass.
Cook's letter echoed other comments made by other Indian Trail employees, he said. Three former town employees wrote emails to the council supporting Cook and asking the council to investigate treatment of town staff.
But in closed session, Cohn said a pre-written apology letter was presented for the council to adopt. It was read aloud but not discussed much.
Three former Indian Trail employees wrote emails to the council supporting statements made by retired tax collector Janice Cook. The following are their emails in entirety.
Use of carbon monoxide to euthanize dogs and cats will be limited in North Carolina starting in early 2015.