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Backyard chicken could soon be allowed in Chandler if city council approves new ordinance

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The City of Chandler could soon allow residents to have chickens in their backyards. A similar ordinance was brought up in 2013, but that ordinance ultimately failed to pass. The new ordinance does have some restrictions, like a limit on the number of chickens. If approved, the new ordinance would take effect on Jan. 5, 2023.
Published 2 months ago · O' Hara Township, United States

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Backyard chicken could soon be allowed in Chandler if city council approves new ordinance

A city in the East Valley could soon allow some of their residents to keep chickens in their backyard, if members of the city council approve it.

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Proposed ordinance to allow backyard chickens in O'Hara scheduled for council consideration in January

A proposal to allow O’Hara Township residents to keep backyard chickens is now before O’Hara Council and is scheduled for consideration at its Jan. 3 meeting. Chickens have never been permitted on township residences under 5 acres. Allowing them on smaller properties has been on the radar for several years.

2 months ago·Pittsburgh, United States
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