Cat problem

Orillia says no to proposed solution.

The long-term plan would cost about $100,000 over five years.

“$100,000 over five years to bring a problem that is on the verge of crisis to manageable is a small investment,” said Fogarty, who chairs the committee.

But the plan wasn’t to deal with 170 cats and then walk away, he said. The results from the first phase would be brought back to council, which could then use that information to decide whether or not to continue funding the program.

“I’m disappointed in the shortsightedness of the five members of council who voted against it more than anything else,” Fogarty said.

“The science is there. It’s going to cost us a whole lot more money to do nothing.”

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