City Council Bans Riding Livestock at Night

On January 14, 2016 the Sandy Oaks City Council banned the riding of livestock at night.

The City Council passed an ordinance on animal control on December 15, 2015.  On January 14th the Council decided to make changes to the ordinance.

While discussing changes to the ordinance, Alderman David Tremblay said people rode horses with loud stereos past his property at night.  He proposed banning the riding of livestock at night and the City Council passed the change unanimously.

Sandy Oaks News attempted to read the animal control ordinance passed by the City Council, however it was not posted on the city’s website.

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