New Ulm orders eviction of horse, citing manure
NEW ULM, Minn. (AP) — For decades, neighbors, children and horse lovers have been visiting a gentle gelding named "Chammy" at a small New Ulm barn.
But now the city says Chammy has to go — because of excessive manure.
Charles Hintz has owned Chammy for years and says he's never gotten complaints.
New Ulm building official Dave Christian sent Hintz a letter last week ordering that Chammy be removed in 30 days because of an "excessive amount of manure."
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