MURRAY — The city is seeking residents' input on chickens, beekeeping and farm animals within the city limits, as well as standards for park strips and landscape strips.
Currently, Murray does not allow farm animals in residential zones but is considering making changes to allow these types of uses on a limited basis.
Also, Murray is considering changes to the standards for park strips and landscape strips along public streets in residential neighborhoods.
Two public open houses have been scheduled for residents to offer input on these issues. The first is Tuesday, Feb. 26, 6-8 p.m. at Murray City Hall Council Chambers, 5025 S. State, and the second is Tuesday, March 26, 6-8 p.m. at Murray High School Spartan Cove 5440 S. State.
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