City neighborhood group gets OK to pe...

City neighborhood group gets OK to peck away at chicken co-op

There are 7 comments on the Lowell Sun story from Jun 12, 2013, titled City neighborhood group gets OK to peck away at chicken co-op. In it, Lowell Sun reports that:

The City Council is requesting its neighborhoods subcommittee consider a chicken co-op as an alternative to an ordinance allowing chicken coops in backyards around the city.

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Sla

Lowell, MA

#1 Jun 12, 2013
Lowell is not farm land. It's a city.
Next they will allow pigs. Oh wait we already have them. On Appleton St.
EYEBALLCHAMBERS

Lexington, MA

#2 Jun 12, 2013
they already have chickens in Lowell, most of them are indoors! step 1 remove cabinet doors step 2 add chicken wire step 3 add chickens happens all the time have seen it myself!
Jojo

Lowell, MA

#3 Jun 13, 2013
EYEBALLCHAMBERS wrote:
they already have chickens in Lowell, most of them are indoors! step 1 remove cabinet doors step 2 add chicken wire step 3 add chickens happens all the time have seen it myself!
Yes you are correct. But that's only in a 4 room apartment.

The rich people who live in a 5 or 6 room apartment raise Turkeys.
Florida Retiree

Largo, FL

#4 Jun 14, 2013
Jojo wrote:
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Yes you are correct. But that's only in a 4 room apartment.
The rich people who live in a 5 or 6 room apartment raise Turkeys.
I believe that the question is whether or not to allow people to raise chickens in their yards.

Each potential chicken owner should request that their land in Lowell be zoned Farm Land then they could raise whatever they wanted and be subject to inspections to insure livestock and poultry standards are being met. Until they receive the zoning change only what is considered family pets should be allowed.

Jojo

Lowell, MA

#5 Jun 14, 2013
Florida Retiree wrote:
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I believe that the question is whether or not to allow people to raise chickens in their yards.
Each potential chicken owner should request that their land in Lowell be zoned Farm Land then they could raise whatever they wanted and be subject to inspections to insure livestock and poultry standards are being met. Until they receive the zoning change only what is considered family pets should be allowed.
Yes I agree. However is Appleton ST zoned farm land ?And if yes then who inspects the pigs on Appleton St.?
Florida Retiree

Largo, FL

#6 Jun 17, 2013
Jojo wrote:
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Yes I agree. However is Appleton ST zoned farm land ?And if yes then who inspects the pigs on Appleton St.?


People like you who know which ones to inspect and you pay them to do it too! Be careful you name may show up on the front page.
Jojo

Lowell, MA

#7 Jun 17, 2013
I once called a call girl. She gave me the address
I went it and she said 400dollars in advance,
So I gave her 400 dollars.
When I left she shook my hand and I could feel paper . Thinking it was her phone #.
But when I got into the car, It was 800 dollars.
And a note that said please please come over anytime. It will always be free.
For the first time I feel like a real woman.
LMAO.

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