Deltona to consider allowing backyard...

Deltona to consider allowing backyard chickens

There are 7 comments on the Daytona Beach News-Journal Online story from Jun 3, 2012, titled Deltona to consider allowing backyard chickens. In it, Daytona Beach News-Journal Online reports that:

Deltona may join a growing trend to allow residents to raise chickens in their backyards like Chris Frueh in neighboring Enterprise.

Join the discussion below, or Read more at Daytona Beach News-Journal Online.

ghetto rats

Hagerstown, MD

#1 Jun 3, 2012
goats and pigs will be next.
AWB

Deltona, FL

#3 Jun 4, 2012
The skells across the street from me moved out a lil over a year ago because they werent allowed to raise chickens, so they moved back to puertorico ..and they were such scumbags, they moved out end of july, left like 10 pounds of fish and an uncooked turkey in the house, and shut the power, never told the landlord they were leaving...needless to say after a month the cops came thinking someone died in the house due to the smell and flies in the windows..Oh how I love this city,glad Im soon to be out of here...and no , I havent found anything positive to write about in this city in over 5 years
whatalaugh

Oviedo, FL

#4 Jun 7, 2012
Deltona is a city that is falling apart. the idiots here put a kid into office as the mayor and all hell broke loose. Liberals got there way in Deltona.
Stuck in Delrico

Deltona, FL

#5 Jun 13, 2012
More poor animals to abuse in this city, errrr!
Deltona resident

Kissimmee, FL

#6 Apr 22, 2013
Phillip wrote:
Deltona is a collection of hispanic ghetto dwellers, so nothing surprises me.
Ummm excuse me but thats is not what is all in Deltona and I find your comment extremely racist... I am white and want to have chickens in my backyard because I do not believe in factory processed eggs. Maybe you should get some education before making idiotic statements that make you look racist and stupid....
Tired of Restrictions

Bunnell, FL

#7 Sep 10, 2014
What we need are less laws and regulations. We love to crow about our freedoms in this country but when our government can fine us $100 for having an unspayed dog and tells us we cant raise chickens, we have to examine just how "free" we really are. Less regulation, less government, stop telling me what I can or can not do on my land. I am white also and resent not being able to raise chickens on my property.
Fred L

Deltona, FL

#8 Sep 10, 2014
Tired of Restrictions wrote:
What we need are less laws and regulations. We love to crow about our freedoms in this country but when our government can fine us $100 for having an unspayed dog and tells us we cant raise chickens, we have to examine just how "free" we really are. Less regulation, less government, stop telling me what I can or can not do on my land. I am white also and resent not being able to raise chickens on my property.
No chickens but there are ducks all over the place and the city is doing absolutely nothing to control them.

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