LOS ANGELES --
A Los Angeles City Council committee voted Tuesday to increase enforcement of a ban on feeding coyotes or any other wildlife in Griffith Park.Council members say they do not want to see more animals euthanized.
Eight coyotes were put down over the summer because two people were bitten.
The Animal Services Department is now set to review its policies.
Among the improvements being considered are putting up more signs and installing more trash bins that cannot be opened by wild animals.
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