What a Fishers beekeeper’s dispute with his neighbor says about suburban growth (IN)

/ Owner - April 14, 2019

The demise of the honeybee may portend the end of the world, but one Fishers resident who wanted to come to the rescue has faced a hornet’s nest of regulation.  A nine-month-long neighbor’s dispute with allegations of swimming pool bee swarms and hidden yellow jacket nests led to hours of grueling research and document-digging by city officials and residents alike and a compromise that both sides are forced to grudgingly accept. Fishers eventually gave permission for a limited number of honeycombs near the Covington Estates subdivision at 99th Street and Lantern Road.    Read the article……………………

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