Manchester chicken-keeping ordinance doesn’t come home to roost
The board’s administration committee this week effectively killed proposals that have been under consideration for more than a year to make the city’s rules for keeping chickens on one’s property less restrictive.
“Our biggest concerns are handling of the waste material and proper storage of the food supply in order to keep it from the rats,” said Tim Soucy, the city’s public health director.
“Each year, they would have to go down to get a license and the abutters can have their say,” Roy said.
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