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Councillors Defer Backyard Chicken Issue

City councillors chickened out earlier today, when they were asked to approve a new sort of urban farming. At the Licensing and Standards Committee councillors were considering a request for a feasability study on chicken farming in the city's backyards. In the end though, they decided to put the matter off indefinitely. And that's ruffled some feathers on council, including those of Joe Mihevc, the councillor who brought the request to the licensing committee. He spoke with Laura Di Battista. Listen audio (runs 6:10)

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