August 14, 2015

 

The Huntsville City Council has denied a city employee's request to bring his dog to work.

 

Richard Fowler claims he needs Rascal, his six-year-old Boston terrier, around him at all times to calm his severe anxiety. He recently sought permission to kennel Rascal at Hays Nature Preserve, where he works as an herbicide spray technician.

His boss said no; Fowler appealed to the Huntsville City Council.

 

At its meeting Thursday night, council members upheld the decision of Fowler's supervisor without...

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