The Chicken raising on residential property issue has been pulled from this week's meeting and scheduled for the on Oct. 12.
Below is a summary of what is due to occur at this week's Council meeting. Santee Patch regularly reports on Council meetings, so check back on Wednesday night for the lowdown on the meeting.
The next begins Wed., Sept. 28, 2011:
The City of Santee is "encouraging walkable communities, bicycle travel, safer school zones and cleaner air through healthy transportation choices to school and work" by proclaiming Oct. 3-7 as 2011 Rideshare Week and Oct. 5 Walk & Bike to School Day in Santee.
The following italicized agenda item has been pulled from this meeting and scheduled for the next meeting.
, of the City's Planning Division, will discuss a staff report on urban agriculture and regulatory options regarding the .
The council is being asked to "consider the potential regulatory amendments and select one of the three options presented by staff: 1) ; or 2) direct staff to prepare an Ordinance for introduction and first reading that allows for chicken keeping in all single-family residential zones with conditions recommended by staff; or 3) an alternative option determined by the City Council."
The agenda describes the "conditions recommended by staff" as prohibiting roosters and to add unsanitary coop/enclosures to the list of public nuisances.
A summary of the Staff Report on Urban Agriculture and the Regulatory Options Regarding the Keeping of Fowl will be posted soon.
Resolution approving and adopting the Relocation Plan for the project.
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For more detailed information see the full council agenda in the media box or download here.