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City Council OKs Livestock Ordinance; Building Board Sets Public Hearing

The Trenton City Council approved changes in its public health, welfare and safety ordinance, but tabled an ordinance addressing motorized wheelchairs during a meeting on Monday night at city hall.

On a 6-0 vote, the council adopted a change in the city’s ordinance that would grandfather in persons keeping livestock in an area that would exceed the new limits set by the council. According to Administrative Committee Chairman Kenneth Ewing,

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