Williston voters to decide on repeal of pitt bull ordinances in Tuesday special election

(WILLISTON) – The City of Williston is holding a special election Tuesday regarding the repeal of a pair of its city ordinances.

According to the City, the election is in relation to the repealing of ordinances relating to pitt bulls. The question to the voters asks, “Shall the City of Williston repeal City Ordinance Article VI § 4-89 (Pitt bull dogs: keeping prohibited) and City Ordinance Article VI § 4-90 (Keeping of registered pitt bulls)?”

Polls are opened from 8 a.m. until 7 p.m. CT at the Williston ARC building, 822 18th Street East, in meeting rooms one, two and three. The votes will be canvassed October 6 in the Appam Room in the Williams County Administration Building.