The City of Camdenton has officially changed its policy toward dangerous dogs. An ordinance amending the City code was approved at last night’s board of alderman meeting. The primary change in the ordinance aims to do away with the old, breed specific ordinance and sets guidelines for owners whose dogs are classified as potentially dangerous. Camdenton police will be working with animal control to put together a press release on how they plan on implementing the new ordinance. The first step will be to educate the public. In other business, the passed the final reading of a bill that increases the City’s water and sewer rates and Eric Faes was appointed by the Mayor to the Planning and Zoning Commission. He had previously served as a member of the Osage Beach Planning and Zoning Commission before moving to Camdenton.