I'm within the city limits of Bradenton, Florida, working on getting "poultry" legalized, as that is the term used in the code and I want my duckies back. I have the information gathered and summerized from all over the web and I think I have a fairly strong case set up and ready to go. Although I feel I'm just re-phrasing everything that has already been stated a few million times. Maybe that is what has to be done in each area? Would it be better to send the Council members e-mails with links? Or do phone calls and letters work better? All of the above? I created a page on Facebook, Bradenton Poultry Pals, but I don't know anyone locally. I can put up signs around town, but the page doesn't show up when I try searching for it on google. Tried an ad on Craigslist with uninspiring success. Should I try sending a letter to the editor for the newspaper, with a "first meeting" at the library and see if anyone shows up? I wouldn't even know what to say, and I don't want to seem as insecure as I am, but I have no idea how to actually do any of this. Perhaps the short way of putting it would be: information gathering is one thing, it's the "doing" part that has me stuck.