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Arlington Heights to hear from backyard chicken supporters Tuesday

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The Arlington Heights village board will hear requests from two residents Tuesday who want to raise up to three hens in their backyards. Trustees rejected a similar proposal 11 months ago.

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The Arlington Heights village board will hear requests from two residents Tuesday who want to raise up to three hens in their backyards. Trustees rejected a similar proposal 11 months ago.

Daily Herald File Photo by BRIAN HILL/bhill@dailyh

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The Arlington Heights village board Tuesday will consider requests from two residents who want to keep up to three hens in their backyards. A similar request was rejected by the board nearly a year ago. "My ability to have a pet in my backyard should be my own business," said resident Mary Green.
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    • The Arlington Heights village board will hear requests from two residents Tuesday who want to raise up to three hens in their backyards. Trustees rejected a similar proposal 11 months ago.
    •  The Arlington Heights village board will hear requests from two residents Tuesday who want to raise up to three hens in their backyards. Trustees rejected a similar proposal 11 months ago.
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