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Roosters and balls are concern in Loyalsock Township

May 29, 2013

Loyalsock Township supervisors might have to take action about roosters crowing in residential neighborhoods....

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LoyalsockLynn

May-29-13 2:07 PM

After reading this particular article, I am appalled... or should I say aballed. When did it become State Police interest when a few balls are "accidently" kicked over your fence. I understand the fence was put for privacy and that it should be expected and respected but to not return a CHILD'S ball is the ridiculous thing I have ever heard. I live behind a church where children thankfully play outside all day and on occasion their toys come into our yard. I am happy to give them back to happy healthy children playing outside. Shame on you for feeling put out for a few balls. I hope your trashcan lids never ends up in their yard or heaven forbid one of your childrens toys lands next door. I think you nailed it on the head with the ornery old*****part... Remember to honor thy neighbor...(and not waste State Troopers time over plastic balls).

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ajcdds

May-29-13 7:10 AM

The rooster is the problem, obey current noise ordinances ... don't outlaw the chickens. As far as the balls - take them out of the chicken yard. To see the benefits of backyard chickens see: ***********backyardchickens****/. Cities such as Anne Arbor, Michigan; Ft. Collins, Colorado; and South Portland, Maine have all voted in the past year to allow residents to raise backyard poultry. Don't reverse that trend in Montoursville.

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RogerMurdock

May-29-13 5:08 AM

Keeping chickens in a residential area is just another example of people getting back to their rural roots. People are increasingly incorporating aspects of rural life into residential living. Whether it's using a woodburning furnace or OWB to keep warm, keeping chickens as pets (or rabbits, ducks or geese) or maintaining a vegetable garden in our back yard, we all embrace different aspects of rural life and incorporate them into residential living. It's the American way of life, a reflection of our self sufficiency and a reminder of what it took to build our great nation. At best, a crowing rooster might be a minor annoyance, but certainly no worse than the trains making their way through South Williamsport at midnight or 1:00 in the morning blowing their horns at every track crossing. Certainly there are more important things to complain about.

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