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City drops chicken fees

Landis-Construction-2x2N1402P38007C            Tremonton City Council approved an ordinance amending zone codes, specifically dropping the reference to fees and licensing for chickens.

“We got beat on the chicken ordinance,” said Steve Bench, the city’s zoning and building inspector. “So we have removed all the fees and are just requiring a name and address (on the application).”

This allows residents to have chickens, without the fees. However, people are required to fill out an application so the police department knows where chickens are if they stray.

The ordinance also amends the Title 1 Zoning Code, changing the definition chapter, off-street parking regulations, landscaping buffering and fencing regulations, supplementary regulations, as well as sign permits.

Find out more about the meeting in this week’s Leader.  Pick up one today.



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