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New York City deal almost halves Central Park licenses for horse-drawn carriages


Central Park, New York City, USA -Photo on Wikipedia Commons /Photographer- kevinbowman

New York City reached a deal  for legislation to almost halve the licenses for horse to perform carriage rides in Central Park. It will take three years to be fully implemented starting on June 1st. 

The deal will reduce licensed horses from  180 to 110  by Dec with  ultimate goal to reduce the number to 95 horses. And  by October 1, 2018,  the deal demands 75 horses  be given a long term home in Central Park stables therefore banning rides on the streets of Manhattan.

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