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Chickens in the city of Martinsburg

16 Signatures Goal: 100

The city of Martinsburg, WV currently does not allow chickens within the city limits. The city offices have advised a petition be brought before the council. This petition is to make them aware that residents of Martinsburg would like to be allowed to own a reasonable amount of backyard chickens. No roosters, they make too much noise for the neighbors. Chickens are a valuable asset to any home, consuming kitchen waste that would otherwise take up room in the landfills and in turn producing an affordable, healthful food. They also reduce bugs and fertilize the soil.

  • D Clarke
    D Clarke United States, Berkeley Springs
    Mar 05, 2015
    Mar 05, 2015
    I am a veteran who just purchased a home in martinsburg with a 1/4 acre mostly backyard up against the railroad tracks and i have a great building for raising chickens and would love to have them. Please support me to be allowed to have at least a dozen chickens for fresh eggs etc
  • Lisa Carrigan
    Lisa Carrigan United States, Berkeley Springs
    Feb 11, 2015
    Feb 11, 2015
    Im planning on buying a home in Martinsburg and want to bring my girls with me.
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