Village chicken farmer won an appeal,...

Village chicken farmer won an appeal, but Earlville continues case against him

There are 4 comments on the The Evening Sun story from Dec 16, 2009, titled Village chicken farmer won an appeal, but Earlville continues case against him. In it, The Evening Sun reports that:

The Village of Earlville continues to ticket a resident for harboring farm animals at his North Main Street home despite a higher court ruling in June that reversed a previous code violation conviction.

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East Syracuse, NY

#1 Feb 1, 2010
Let the poor man keep his chickens, as long as the area is clean, the chickens are quiet, and he doesn't use any of the chicens for his own sexual gratification.
selvino vincent

Ithaca, NY

#2 Mar 30, 2010
this person raising chickens in town,violates other peoples privacy just because this is a farming community does not mean farm animals can be retained in .the town premises.also complaints from neihbors his constant harasment of spying and fotografing of the residence.this man is clearly off his rocker.send him back to werever he came from.have you ever smelled a chicken house when its being cleaned.

Brooklyn, NY

#3 Nov 17, 2013
All lies. Nothing but a harassing village board. there were no complaints and no violations. Just a bunch of jealous, bitter, losers on the board. And they continue to humiliate themselves and be a black mark on the village. GO RESIDENT. I hope you put them in their place!
Jnell Avenia

Watertown, NY

#4 May 23, 2014
While out at yard sales today, we stumbled upon the hamlet of Earville, NY population 852 and median income $32,500. As we drove into this average American small town, we were aghast to see this billboard posted right off the main thoroughfare. I could understand if the town were filled with lavish homes and impeccable landscaping. Earville, NY, however is a “one stoplight “ town filled with many country fields and plenty of wide open land. To not allow hobby farm animals to us, is completely ludicrous and downright fascist. Our great country was founded upon the principles of liberty and justice for all. Keeping animals is one of those rights. Not to add, with Monsanto and the use of GMOs and hormone-laden meat becoming a huge problem. Many people are changing their ways and raising their own meat animals and eggs. As an American, to have this right stripped away is unconstitutional.

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