Central Nebraska Humane Society closed until Wednesday amid controversies

GRAND ISLAND, Neb. (KSNB) - The Central Nebraska Humane Society announced they will be closed to the public until Wednesday November 7th.

The organization posted a message on Facebook, saying the they would be closed Nov. 4-6th.

In the post, the shelter said they would be doing cleaning and staff development, as well as working with a group of local veterinarians and animal behaviorists. And also that they will be creating policies about medical and behavioral assessments, intake policies and euthanasia policies.

The post goes on to say their goal as a shelter is to lower their euthanasia levels and increase adoption rates.

On Friday, Local4 told you that the shelter manager and a longtime volunteer were both let go as well as a situation over drugs being taken from the premises.