The Humane Society also provided the city with five years of 990 forms, which detail the agency’s financials.
One of the items the Humane Society did not comply with in the RFP issued by the city was one that required a five-year contract. The Humane Society originally wished for a one-year contract, but during the meeting Tuesday, agreed to a three-year contract without yearly renewal provisions.
Another stipulation of the contract that was agreed to is that a Clinton City Council member will sit on the Humane Society Board of Directors and Humane Society Operations Manager Sandi Bartels will serve as the liaison between the two organizations.
The contract will also contain the Humane Society’s policy not to turn away any stray animals.
The special City Council meeting is scheduled for 9:45 a.m. Thursday at City Hall.