Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle announced a $6 million Housing Cook County’s Animals grant to help pay for a new animal resource campus for the South Suburban Humane Society.
The grant was announced at a press conference Thursday with Preckwinkle joined by county Animal and Rabies Control Administrator Tom Wake, Deputy Director Mark Rosenthal, SSHS CEO Emily Klehm and a rescue dog named Mr. Belvedere.
A rendering of a new South Suburban Humane Society facility that will be made possible with a $6 million grant from Cook County. (Provided image)
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