A few facts... We have a specific no chicken ordinance (Noblesville, IN). We've never kept our birds secret, but we've been careful about noise, etc. 1) I've lived in this house and kept poultry for 25 years. 2) My daughters have had 4H poultry projects for 11 years. 3) My youngest was elected Hamilton County (Indiana) Fair Queen last week. 4) The fair opened today. Her birds did well including 2 reserve champions. 5) Two birds were rejected by the fair and sent home (We had duplicates in some breeds. No big deal.) 6) Within two hours of bringing the chickens back a fox killed both. 7) I came home from the fair mid morning to find police poking around the neighbors yard. One of our missing (and eaten) hens was found in the bushes. The neighbor had seen the fox the night before and called the police this morning. 8) The paper ran a story about my daughter, the queen, and discussed how she successfully raised birds in the city. 9) Tonight we were served papers giving us 15 days to be rid of the birds. My daughter is a mess. Two birds killed and now her flock has to go all in one day. A day where she is representing all that is good about agriculture and community. Needless to say this is hard. We've always know that some day someone would complain and set this kind if thing in motion...but it's hard. Any advice? Help!