Pasco County Florida

Discussion in 'Local Chicken Laws & Ordinances' started by ashlieneevel, Jan 30, 2018.

  1. ashlieneevel

    ashlieneevel Chirping

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    I just recently moved back to Pasco from overseas, and I know there were people who "were working on" trying to get the laws changed, and I was curious if anyone knows anything.
     
  2. Farmer Connie

    Farmer Connie All My Friends Have Hoofs

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  3. Rick&chickTampa

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    Welcome home
     
  4. ashlieneevel

    ashlieneevel Chirping

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    THANKS!!! It's great to be home. I was 7 years in the Netherlands.
     
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  5. AmyTraurig

    AmyTraurig In the Brooder

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    Hey! I am going to meet with someone on the land and development team for Pasco next month to talk more about it. The ordinance just didn't pass last year by one vote! We are so close!

    I posted this to gather everyones idea and help with research before the meeting. https://www.backyardchickens.com/th...al-neighborhoods.1254847/page-3#post-20266455

    Contact the county commissioners about it too!
    Will let you know how my meeting goes!
     
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  7. AmyTraurig

    AmyTraurig In the Brooder

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    I just went to a Pasco Food Advisory Council meeting. They decided to approach Pasco Legal about starting a pilot program (yay!). This means they will select areas of Pasco to allow backyard chickens and see how the community responds. Attached is the proposal and research I submitted to get this far :) (thanks to help from this community on this website) To be considered for the pilot contact your county commissioner also email Mary Duke ([email protected]) and let her know you are interested. She has all the Food Advisory and Commissioner Board contact information. Let me know how it goes. - Amy Traurig
     

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  8. AmyTraurig

    AmyTraurig In the Brooder

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    See my reply below. I just got the green light from Pasco to move forward with a Backyard Chickens Pilot program!!! Contact the county, Food Advisory Council and Mary.
     

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