On February 3, 2015 the city council of Willowick, Ohio Voted The Bullhook Ban Into Effect 4/3. On February 12, 2015 the Mayor, Richard Bonde used his mayoral veto stating that council was confused on the voting process, stating, " I am not confident that everyone understood the legal process, "......incomprehension on a yes or no process". After speaking to the council members that voted in favor of the bullhook ban it would seem clear that they most certainly knew what they were voting for. Due to the city's charter the residents will need five council members to override the veto. Residents plan on providing council with new information that could potentially sway their vote. It would appear that a simple ordinance against a cruel device has turned into much more now, says one resident. Regardless of which side you take with the circus or the use of a bullhook I can't not imagine that anyone would be happy with the Mayors decision to be the first Mayor in 37 years to go against the councils wishes let alone question their ability to make an educated decision based on the facts or vote properly ... I would urge those residents that agree to reach out to Mr. Bonde firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 440-585-3700.