City of Milton Considers Chicken Permit Change

The City of Milton, who recently approved a chicken permit, says they might change the ordinance. According to the Milton Courier, the Director of Admin Services for the city says that once the city is given a complaint, a public hearing has to be scheduled and notices sent to neighbors. It was suggested that the hearing take place at the next City Council meeting. The recipient of the chicken permit, Tyler Niggeman, suggested that when notifying neighbors, reminding those involved that the ordinance allows four chickens and no roosters.

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