Manure Draws Thousands of Flies to Shakopee Neighborhood
There's a problem where city and country meet in one Shakopee neighborhood. An invasion of flies, thousands of them.
People who live on Karner Drive say the spreading of manure on a nearby farm has made life unbearable and created a health hazard.
Some neighbors tell us they kill 75 to 100 flies every day and they've complained to the city.
The city says this problem may lead to a new ordinance.
The farmer, John O'Loughlin told us he was there first and if you move next to a farm, you should expect to have flies.