Environmental Assessment for the Coffeyville Animal Shelter, Coffeyville, Kansas (July 2009)

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The original City of Coffeyville Animal Shelter was substantially damaged by the severe flooding event in the summer of 2007. A damage assessment indicated the structure to be more than 50 percent damaged and therefore eligible for replacement. The original Animal Shelter facility was constructed in the 1960s and was contaminated when flood waters carrying oil entered the facility. The current situation has left the City of Coffeyville without a functioning Animal Shelter and the State of Kansas Animal Health Department ruled in July of 2007 that the existing structure could not under any circumstances house any animals. The purpose of the proposed action is to replace the damaged Animal Shelter with a new facility so that the City of Coffeyville can provide a new Animal Shelter for the community. The need to build a new facility is that the City of Coffeyville currently contracts out the services they once provided to two local Veterinarians at a greatly increased cost to the City.
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