Don't make changes to county law on backyard chickens [Letter]

  • Kevin Mercer's hens roam in the backyard of his home in Catonsville.
Kevin Mercer's hens roam in the backyard of his home in… (Staff photo by Jen Rynda )
September 03, 2013

Baltimore County should be wary of changing the chicken law; it should stay the way it is. I refuse to live in a residential area with my next-door neighbor having chickens. If you want chickens and eggs, go buy a farm. Chickens are very dirty and they make so much noise. Our community has such a rat problem now and this will not help by any means.

If this law goes into effect, I will leave Maryland. If this law goes into effect, I'll bet there won't be chickens in Dulaney Valley.

Sandy Kendall

Dulaney Valley

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