how do i fight to change the chicken law in mt pocono pa scotrun

Discussion in 'Local Chicken Laws & Ordinances' started by galidink, Nov 18, 2010.

  1. galidink

    galidink Hatching

    Nov 18, 2010
    i was made to give up my pet chickens i had 7 . ! [​IMG]i raised them from 1 day old . the woman nx to me didnt like me haveing my chickens . they were 7 mo's old . lots of eggs ![​IMG] but she keept calling the zoneing board . I TALK TO THE ZONEING BOARD TODAY ! he said if she didnt call him all the time he wouldnt say a thing about them .[​IMG] he allso added he was realy sorry for it . it wasnt him ! finedly he told me i had to give them up .. he said -she said they made to much noise . any1 that has chicken know 7 chickens would not be noisey ! and they didnt smell ! so why can i have my chickens [​IMG] i would love to fight this . how ? HELP were do i go from here ?if anyone could give me some info please do thank you galidink
  2. Sonoran Silkies

    Sonoran Silkies Flock Mistress

    Jan 4, 2009
    Tempe, Arizona
    First, find out exactly what the ordinances and zoning are for your home. Also find out if there is a noise and/or nuisance ordinance, and exactly what is says.

    Post this information and we can better help you determine if you stand any chance of keeping your birds legally.
  3. galidink

    galidink Hatching

    Nov 18, 2010
    Thank You I Will Go From Here ! :d
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  4. Ivan1462

    Ivan1462 Hatching

    Apr 20, 2019
    Will like ask is there anything we can do to change this law???
  5. Acre4Me

    Acre4Me Crowing

    Nov 12, 2017
    Western Ohio

    The OP hasn't been on here for years, and the original post is from 2010. You can see when a poster was last active by clicking on their user name next to the post.

    If you want to find out laws in your area, then post in this forum with your location in the title. Also, there are state forums on BYC - in the forums section go under Social, then Where am I, where are you. You will see state thread link pinned at the very top of the list. Find your state and ask in that thread.

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