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Officials push to make Arlington more urban agricultural

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Supporters say they'd be willing to "limit [the] number of hens, prohibit roosters and help ensure secure, proper and humane enclosures" for the animals if current zoning laws are restructured. It is legal for Arlington residents to raise chickens at their own homes, as long as the animals are at least 100 feet from both their and their neighbors' lot lines. But Walter Tejada, vice chairman of...

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