By DUSTIN RACIOPPI
Sea Bright’s cat control ordinance is quickly approaching its ninth life.
But before it gets thrown in the bureaucratic litter box, local officials say they have ironed out every last kink possible in a proposed ordinance that would implement a partnership program to trap, fix and release the borough’s feral cats. Really.
“We’re done,” Councilwoman Dina Long said. “We’re finally done.”