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ELECTRIC CITY — Council voted June 12 to make their chicken ordinance permanent, rather than having to renew it periodically. The ordinance allows citizens to raise hens but not roosters.

“I’ve never seen a rooster lay an egg,” said Councilmember Rich McGuire.

“Some hens crow,” Councilmember Carol Nordine said, referring to the ban on roosters being due to the classic “cockle-doodle-doo” noise they make at the crack of dawn.

• Electric City accepted a $146,000 bid from Central Paving for general street repair to be paid for with a grant from the Federal Emergency Manage...



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