Bridgeport City Council approves fowl ordinance, talks stray dogs

Chicken regulations go into effect May 1

City of Bridgeport

— From chihuahuas to chickens, animals roaming “at large” in Bridgeport consumed much of the city council’s April 18 meeting and led to some fowl legislation.

The council voted 4-1 – with Councilwoman Jacqueline Hentges opposed – to approve an ordinance limiting city residents to six chickens, outlawing roosters and enacting coop requirements...

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