Uncodified version of an ordinance that established regulations allowing for the keeping of female chicken and ducks in residential areas. This law has been amended again since 2012. See Lawrence, Kan., Code sec. 20-547 (2015).
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In the event that a violation of this Article would also be a violation of another provision of the City Code, the violation shall be punished as would a violation of such other provision. All other violations shall be punished by a fine not to exceed $500 or incarceration not to exceed 30 days or both such fine and incarceration. (3-503)
Uncodified version of ordinance that amended Chapter III Regulation of Animals, Sections 3-104, 3-202, 3-301, and enacted Article 5 of Chapter 3. This law has been amended since 2009. The keeping of chickens and small animals for urban agriculture purposes is primarily addressed in Lawrence, Kan., Code sec. 20-547 (2015), available at: https://assets.lawrenceks.org/assets/pds/planning/documents/DevCode.pdf.
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