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Hall gathering research about anti-tether law
Oakwoods passage of ordinance brings debate
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An anti-tethering ordinance passed this month by Oakwood has lent itself to discussion about a possible countywide ban on tethering. “If you’re guilty of it, you can be fined up to $1,000 or 12 months in jail,” Oakwood Police Chief Randall Moon said. “That’s the maximum fine, which is standard with a municipal court anyway.”