Public Hearing on Regulating Iguanas as Pets Set for Aug. 18
Aug 13, 2008 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Tampabays10.com
CAPE CORAL, Fla. (Aug. 13, 2008) -- The iguana invasion has been a huge concern for people in Southwest Florida, now Cape Coral is taking action.
Cape Coral City Council has set a public hearing for Aug. 18, 2008, on a resolution pushing to regulate iguana ownership.
"It's recognition of a problem sister cities have that we may not have yet, but indications are that it's a burgeoning problem that we could have an infestation and I think it's better take action now rather than later," said Cape Coral City Councilman Bill Diele, according to a report on TampaBays10.com.Earlier this summer Pompano Beach and other cities on Florida's east coast passed a similar resolution.
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