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Carmi City Council Approves Livestock in City Limits Ordinance Amendment

After months of discussion, Carmi City Council has passed a new livestock limiting ordinance.  It covers cattle, swine, horses and other hooved stock including pygmy or miniature varieties as well as a variety of fowl.  Anyone found violating the provisions can be fined from $50 to $750 per day.  Rabbits are limited to 6 per household and there are rules now in place for those individuals wanting to keep rabbits as pets.  You can see the actual ordinance below.

In addition at the Tuesday night meeting, Mayor Pollard gave updates including the annual reminders…

Carmi City Council will gather again on June 1st.


  1. ronald naylor
    ronald naylor
    May 19, 2021 at 12:28 pm

    well we got rid of the roosters, now its time towork on the junk cars.

  2. Steve Pascal
    Steve Pascal
    May 19, 2021 at 1:07 pm

    Well maybe if I put a dress on my pigmy goat and some lipstick she might pass for my cousin from Kentucky.

  3. Lori A Simmons
    Lori A Simmons
    May 20, 2021 at 5:35 pm

    this town is a big joke and has lots of haters, All I will say is KARMA

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