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Animal Control gets new director
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Sherri Bradley has a Tiger by the tail, figuratively speaking. Tiger is a 10-month-old kitten that’s up for adoption at Warren County Animal Control and Adoption Center. Bradley has been named director of the facility. For more, see page 3A. - photo by Lisa Hobbs

Warren County Animal Control and Adoption Center has a new director.

Volunteer Sherri Bradley has assumed the permanent position. She will be working alongside Linda Mihatov, who was been working as interim director.

“It’s going to be a challenge, but I love the animals,” said Bradley. “Linda is going to be sharing the duties with me while I undergo training. We make a good team so I’ve told her that she can’t leave me. Together, we can keep the facility headed in the right direction.” 

Bradley has been a volunteer at Animal Control since April. Prior to relocating to Warren County in 2013, she lived in Florida and retired from law enforcement after 24 years.

“We found Warren County by accident,” said Bradley. “We like it. It’s a wonderful town. We have a little farm that we both enjoy.” 

Animal Control continues to operate under restricted hours. It’s open to the public on Tuesday and Thursday from 12 to 4 p.m., and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

“I’m hoping that we can extend the hours at some point,” said Bradley. “Right now, we are still short staffed. We have a full-time position open and at least one part time. Once we’re able to fill those positions, we can consider extending our hours.” 

Warren County Animal Control and Adoption Center is located at 169 Paws Trail.