Seymour resident Matt Beem found out this week he's not the only one who wants to be able to keep chickens within city limits.
Nearly a dozen people spoke at Tuesday night's city council meeting against a proposed ordinance that would ban residents from having chickens or other types of livestock and fowl inside the city.
That ordinance passed a first reading on a 5-2 vote, with council members Danny Sloan and Jennifer Siefker casting the dissenting votes. It will come for a final vote at the June 9 meeting.
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