LAYTON -- An animal control agreement with Davis County will cost the city a bit more for the coming year.
The city council has approved paying the county $143,927 for the services.
That represents an increase of $3,300 from the amount paid last year, according to Gary Crane, city attorney. The city is currently in the fourth year of a five-year agreement for the services with the county.
The agreement does not include costs generated for wildlife calls handled by the county within the city. Calls for raccoons and skunks, dubbed wild nuisance animals, will cost the city an additional $11,098.