In the paper I read that Daniel Hogan had put his hat in the City Commission race. I wonder, how far will he get when the only thing he wants to change (to start with) is to do away with the vicious dog ordinance? Are you kidding me, maybe some reading would be a good plan before attempting to convince me and others that your philosophy is correct.
I guess we need to add Kansas to the list of states below and he would be happy. I am sure there are more important things to do than change the vicious dog ordinance in Manhattan
(Below is some information based on http://www.edgarsnyder.com/dog-bite/dog-bite-statistics.html)
Between the years of 2005 and 2011, Pit Bulls killed about one person every 20 days. Rottweilers killed about one person every 88 days.
The states that had the most fatal dog attacks in 2011 were California and Texas. Other states with deaths included North Carolina, Virginia, New Mexico, and South Carolina.