AUBURN — A public hearing on a horse-drawn vehicle ordinance will be pushed pushed back in DeKalb County.
The DeKalb County Commissioners agreed Monday to table the issue another week.
The proposed ordinance calls for a $200 plate fee for horse-drawn vehicles. The funds generated by the sale of plates would be used to repair roads that are damaged by horse-drawn vehicles.
A public hearing now is planned for Dec. 12, along with the second and final reading of the ordinance.
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