Provides use regulations for poultry keeping and apiculture (beekeeping).
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The intent of these regulations is to "to maintain the health benefits of local and small scale food production" Sec. 6-4-900(a)
"The purpose of these regulations is to permit limited small animal husbandry uses within urban residential environments." Sec. 6-4-900(a)
"Any violation of this Chapter shall be punishable, upon conviction, as provided in Article 1-24 of this Code" Sec. 6-4-40 and 6-4-30 "Prosecution for violations"
Chapter 6-Animals; Article 6-4 Animal regulations; Division 10-urban agriculture and small animal husbandry. History: Ord. 2199 §9, 2015
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