I'm all for ensuring that the carriage tour companies are held to high standards of humane and proper care of their animals. It isn't 1890 any more; horses don't need to be worked into the ground, after all. But it is a practice that can be done properly and likely is for the most part in our city On the other hand, given that Mr. Cohen makes his actual (and prodigious by his own account) living selling the delectably seared flesh of former livestock, I wonder how committed he is to animal welfare if it came down to eliminating his own industry's lifeblood.
If traffic downtown is the primary concern, then there are major systematic changes that could be implemented to reduce the number of cars entering the peninsula daily.
Sexism at it's finest:
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