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City Council Passes Chicken Ordinance

Casper City Council on Tuesday passed the ordinance that would let Casper residents keep a limited number of chickens on their property.

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Council Approves Chicken Ordinance On First Reading

Chicken done right in city limits will offer fresh eggs, an opportunity for children to raise pets, and a reduction in unwanted bugs among other benefits, proponents of an urban agriculture ordinance told Casper City Council on Tuesday.

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The Bees, Now The Birds; Council Considers Chickens In City Limits

Casper City Council began the adult discussion of the one of the great Facts of Life two weeks ago when it held a public hearing about the bees.

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Proposed Urban Agriculture Ordinance Dies During Tuesday Work Session

An ordinance that would have introduced urban agriculture into Casper will not move forward.

During its Tuesday work session, Casper City Council voted down proposed municipal code amendments that would have permitted residents to legally keep honey bees and chickens on property within city limits

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Casper City Council Considering Ramifications of Urban Agriculture

Casper residents may soon be able to keep honey bees and chickens on properties within city limits.

At its Tuesday work session, Casper City Council said it would further explore the ramifications of a proposed urban agriculture ordinance which would let city residents keep hens and common domestic honey bees on their properties

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Riverton Residents Free To Keep Chickens

RIVERTON, Wyo. (AP) — The Riverton City Council has voted to allow residents to keep chickens within the city limits.

The Associated Press reports that the council on Tuesday rejected a suggestion from city staff to limit residents to six chickens and ban from keeping the birds for commercial purposes

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