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Ruffled feathers: Schofield officials take aim at man's homing pigeons (with video)

Sanctions appear driven by Council member neighbor

10:26 PM, Aug. 17, 2013

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A recently-elected Schofield City Council member appears to be using her position to force her neighbor to get rid of his racing pigeons or face fines from the city.

Brian Mader, 38, lives on Ridgeland Avenue with his family and about two dozen homing pigeons that he has kept in lofted coops in his backyard for four years. In one loft, he has about 10 birds that are retired from racing, and in the other, he has 15 that he takes all over the state to compete in races.

Two houses down on Ridgeland Avenue lives Sue Martell, who was elected to the City Council in April and now leads the city's Health and ...

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