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    The ordinance defines an exotic or wild animal as any warm or cold-blooded animal born in the wild. This includes any primates, raccoons, possums, skunks, wolves, coyotes, squirrels, foxes, leopards, panthers, lynxes caracals, bobcats, lions, tigers, bears, venomous or poisonous reptiles or any member of the crocodilian family.

    As a result of the confusion, the city responded subduing panic citing that outdoor seating is not going away. As a result of the recent vote to end its COVID-19 health emergency, the city is transitioning its temporary pandemic permits over to permanent permits under already existing policies.


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