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Charlotte County code only allows chickens on agriculture-like lotsUnder County Code, chickens are not allowed on single-family lots, unless they're documented for 4-H or similar agricultural clubs. Chickens are "coded" as livestock, which means they're only allowed on agriculture or ranchette-like lots.
Advocacy group against proposed pet chicken ban in Charlotte County Livestock or family? Chickens are at the center of a heated debate in Charlotte County. Charlotte County officials are telling neighbors they can't keep their pet chickens. But they're not getting rid of them just yet. Advocacy group Charlotte CLUCK went to the Charlotte County Board of Commissioners meeting Tuesday to urge commissioners not to ...
Should chickens be allowed in Charlotte County neighborhoods? PORT CHARLOTTE - The future of chickens, affordable housing and storage lots in Charlotte County are up for debate today. Commissioners will hear county staff presentations at a 9 a.m. workshop, 18500 Murdock Circle, and discuss how the county could proceed. The public can attend, but can't comment, as they could if it were a regular board meeting.
Charlotte County officials considering changing rules for chicken ban It may not matter at your home, but what if your neighbor got a chicken as a pet? Charlotte County's ban of chickens on residential property is ruffling feathers, and some are pushing for a rules change. We asked you on Facebook if you thought this was a good idea.
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