I just saw this article and it seems like to me, there are a few members of BYC that live in or close to Riverside, CA. If this was going on in my area, I would want to know about it. It would make a dent in my breeding plans, that's for sure! RIVERSIDE, Calif. (AP) -- How many cock-a-doodle-doos will do? Voters in the city of Riverside decide next month how many roosters will be allowed in two rural areas. Measure A on the Feb. 5 would limit to seven the number of crowing roosters people can keep in the "residential agricultural" and "residential conservation" zones. Additionally, roosters would have to be confined to a sound-reducing enclosure no less than 100 feet from neighboring houses from sunset to sunrise. The measure would pass if it gets a majority vote. Measure A supporters of the measure say Riverside has become much more urbanized and crowing roosters detract from the quality of life. It would also suppress illegal cockfighting activities.