Ramsey grants pig license against association’s objections (MN)

The Ramsey City Council will allow a Ramsey couple to keep a potbelly pig that their homeowners association said they cannot have.  The Ramsey City Council on a 5-1 vote Dec. 13 granted a nontraditional animal license for Tom and Edie Harer to keep their potbelly pig named Peter. The Northfork Homeowners Association has said the pig and eight chickens the Harers have are not allowed, however.   While opponents pointed out that the Northfork Homeowners Associations does not allow livestock, City Attorney Joseph Langel said Ramsey can only judge its own rules. Enforcement of any broken homeowners association rules must be dealt with by the association board itself.    Read the article…………….


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