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Elgin residents report serious feral dog problem
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The photos Kershaw County Council members were looking at during council’s Jan. 9 meeting were not shared with the public -- words councilmen used to describe the photos, such as such as “gruesome” and “slaughter,” painted a strong enough picture. Those photos were provided by residents of the Sessions Road/Smyrna/Tillman roads area of Elgin, who appeared during the public comment section of Tuesday night’s council meeting to talk about a very serious problem that they have been dealing with for several years: feral dogs. More specifically, a number of dogs have been roaming the area at will, often in packs of anywhere from three to 10 animals or more.