SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KCAU) – The battle over pit bulls in Sioux City is taking an unexpected turn.
City council deferred a scheduled third reading of an ordinance repealing a pitbull ban on Thursday.
That final vote was expected to happen at next Monday’s city council meeting, but now the council will now hear the first reading of revisions to the city’s animal control code.
First and second readings of the ordinance reversing the city’s pit bull ban were approved during heated council meetings earlier this month.
A city press release did not specify when a final vote on the ban reversal would be taken.