Fines issued over pelican attack
Fines have been issued following an attack on pelicans at Woy Woy on December 30.
Pelicans were injured and killed by two unrestrained dogs near Pelican Island, Woy Woy, at the end of December.
Following the attack, Central Coast Council confirmed that it was working with police to investigate the issue.
"The police are leading the investigation and we are certainly working with them and taking appropriate action," said Central Coast Council administrator Mr Ian Reynolds.
"Fines have been issued and notices sent to declare the dogs as dangerous," he said.
Media statement, 15 Feb 2017
Ian Reynolds, Central Coast Council
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