Manager of Legislative and Development Services, Christofer Atchison, says some of the items expected in the bylaw will be amount of animals allowed, noise restrictions, and the type of animals that are classified under allowable livestock.
Town Of Didsbury Works On Backyard Flocks Bylaw
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Alberta Government - Restoring Balance In Alberta’s Workplaces
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