Wake up, Lucy. You are scary!
Others questioned the "sophistication" of chickens, such as Monta Potter, who said, "I would hope that we are not made fun of. I think it's important that we continue to promote ourselves as a sophisticated city." Worry, much?
Marlene Martin, proud chicken owner, who lives outside the city limits says that her chickens are much less trouble that either dogs or cats. She said, "I'm not sure if I'm sophisticated, or not, but I love chickens. It actually hurts me to think someone would think they're not sophisticated. We have sexist, racist, ageist - this is animalist."
The council agreed that a new law should be drafted to allow chickens. The planning commission will first consider the ordinance and then forward it to the council with recommendations.
I can just hear that crazy, child-mauling rooster pecking at the door.
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