In March 2014, an informal vote proved that the majority of the Public Safety Committee of Aurora, Colorado, wanted to uphold the ban. But, in November 2014, the ban may be on the ballot.
The Council may let voters choose. Once they decide to put the dog ban on the ballot, voters can make the choice in November.
In a study session, the City Council agreed on proposals to extend a property tax for transportation and a property tax for public safety.
The pit bull ban originally started with ten dog breeds, but now only includes pit bulls, American Staffordshire terriers and Staffordshire Bull Terriers.
The ban that has been in place for over eight years and has spawned several lawsuits.