Amish prepare for trials next month in Auburn animal ordinance case
July 19, 2017
RUSSELLVILLE, KY – A total of 37 cases involving members of Auburn’s Amish community who have been cited for violating the city’s ordinance requiring them to clean up after their horses will be headed to trial next month.
The cases involve citations against 12 men dating back to last year.
Auburn’s ordinance requires owners of large animals to fit them with devices to catch their droppings while they’re in the city limits, citing a need to promote public safety.