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City leaders to revisit the idea of allowing residents to keep chickens on their property

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City leaders to revisit the idea of allowing residents to keep chickens on their property

City leaders to revisit the idea of allowing residents to keep chickens on their property

Thursday evening, City Council will revisit the idea of allowing residents to keep chickens on their property.

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City leaders to revisit the idea of allowing residents to keep chickens on their property

Called this process a "political vendetta" against the president.

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Jim jordan/r-ohio "this is about one basic fact.

The democrats have never accepted the will of the american people."

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Louie chickens!

You heard me correctly..

That's what's on the agenda for the city council this evening.

Leaders are still considering an ordinance that would allow residents to have chickens on their property.

News 10's jordan kudisch joins us live this morning in front of city hall.

She has more details on the ordinance.

Jordan..

// well jon..

This time last week city leaders did not vote on the ordinance.

However..

We could see more progress tonight.

The first reading for this ordinance came just last week.

It would allow chickens to be kept within the city limits of terre haute.

The specifics of this... are something a special committee has been tackling for weeks.

At the previous meeting-people took to the podium to share their thoughts with the council.

You can see video of that on your screen.

Some say they are for the idea..

Others say they are against parts of the language that's listed.

The meeting will take place at 6.

News 10 will be there..

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