The controversy over Chammy the horse in New Ulm has been settled. The horse is a well-known attraction for many around town, beloved by some neighbors but a nuisance to others. The city had cited the horse's owners for excessive manure and threatened to evict the animal. But at a spirited city council meeting Tuesday, it was decided the horse can stay as long as the manure problem is solved.
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