SD City To study Ordinance On Farm Animals In Town
November 6, 2011, 2:11 PM
SIOUX FALLS, SD -
Sioux Falls officials are studying possible changes in an ordinance that allows farm animals in the
Zoning officials say the review was sparked by complaints about chickens and other small animals. One resident was reported to have two goats and one family wanted to raise more than 25 chickens.
The 60-year-old ordinance allows residents to keep animals as long as they aren't for commercial use and don't bother neighbors.
The study panel will include representatives from city departments and residents on both sides of the issue.
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