In the case of the two extra horses kept within the town of Janesville, how about a little compassion here?! The town cannot be expected to bend ordinances left and right at every request, but in this instance Porsche Kettelhut did try to get a conditional use permit and, later, a variance. I’m guessing the two horses came before the legalities were addressed. Maybe the rescue opportunity was limited and urgent.

I cannot think two more horses on over six acres of land could make that much of a difference to the neighbors. What are their feelings? If the neighbors have no objections, why can’t the town get off its own high horse and grant the ordinance?

JOANNE O. ANDERSON

Janesville

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