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Pigeons score win in eviction fight (with video)

Mayor says Schofield can't afford legal bird battle

9:49 PM, Aug. 21, 2013
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A Schofield man's racing pigeons got a reprieve Wednesday when the mayor said the city can't afford to evict the contentious birds.

Mayor Ken Fabel said the city's budget for legal services already is empty this year, and Schofield can't afford what could be thousands of dollars in legal fees to enforce an Aug. 13 council vote to rid the city of the birds. Fabel on Wednesday put a halt on any legal action or law enforcement regarding the pigeons.

The city in its 2013 budget delegated about $13,000 toward legal services, and to date has spent about $14,000, said Pam Shnowske, the city deputy ...

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