No, the City of Wadsworth does not have a loose cat ordinance.
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There are only two types of protection orders available through the law director's office. The first is a temporary protection order that is filed in conjunction with a criminal complaint for domestic violence or threatening domestic violence. The other is an anti-stalking protection order. Again this is filed in conjunction with certain types of criminal charges such as assault, menacing, etc.
Civil protection orders and civil anti-stalking protection orders are available through the Medina Common Pleas Court. These orders are not related to criminal charges. The law director's office cannot assist in obtaining these orders. It is recommended that those individuals seeking these types of protection orders speak to a private attorney for more information.
Matters related to a possible violation of an order issued by a domestic relations court must be addressed with the court that issued the order. This matter may be heard before the issuing court in a civil contempt of court hearing. It is recommended that you contact your private attorney to discuss this issue in greater detail.
Unfortunately, the law directors office cannot help individuals with a private legal issue. The responsibility of the law director is to represent the City of Wadsworth and the city's officials in making decisions that affect the city. The area of landlord/tenant law is a very broad subject and it is recommended that an individual contact a private attorney for guidance in this area.
Yes, the city has an ordinance that pertain to dangerous dogs. The ordinance defines dangerous and vicious dogs. View the ordinance in its entirety in the Codified Ordinances of the City of Wadsworth, § 90.32. Contact the clerk of council or the law director's department if you have more questions about this subject.
The city has an ordinance that prohibits dogs from running at large. § 90.01 of the Codified Ordinances of the City of Wadsworth states that "a person who is the owner or has charge of any animal shall not permit it to run at large in the public road, highway, street, lane, or alley, or upon unenclosed land, or permit them to go upon any private yard, lot, or enclosure without the consent of the owner of the yard, lot, or enclosure."