Mike Cassidy, director of public services for Jessamine County, showed off kennels in the adoptable dogs' wing of the new animal shelter. "We daydreamed about building a new facility" for years, he said.
he oversees animal care and control as well as stormwater sewers and solid waste. The new shelter separates stray animals from those ready for adoption to reduce the chance for the spread of disease. Photo by Greg Kocher | Staff

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Mike Cassidy, director of public services for Jessamine County, showed off kennels in the adoptable dogs' wing of the new animal shelter. "We daydreamed about building a new facility" for years, he said. he oversees animal care and control as well as stormwater sewers and solid waste. The new shelter separates stray animals from those ready for adoption to reduce the chance for the spread of disease. Photo by Greg Kocher | Staff gkocher1@herald-leader.com Greg Kocher | Staff
Mike Cassidy, director of public services for Jessamine County, showed off kennels in the adoptable dogs' wing of the new animal shelter. "We daydreamed about building a new facility" for years, he said. he oversees animal care and control as well as stormwater sewers and solid waste. The new shelter separates stray animals from those ready for adoption to reduce the chance for the spread of disease. Photo by Greg Kocher | Staff gkocher1@herald-leader.com Greg Kocher | Staff

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