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Town of Waldwick cries foul over backyard chickens; resident plans a petition

A Bergen County man says he wants to

A Bergen County man says he wants to raise chickens in his backyard, but the town of Waldwick won't let him. (Credit: News 12 New Jersey)

A Bergen County man says he wants to raise chickens in his backyard, but the town of Waldwick won't let him.

Steven Weber wants to be part of a growing movement toward self-sufficient living. He decided raising chickens in his backyard would be a good first step.

"Basically, I have three kids," Weber says. "I want to provide a healthier way of living for them. So I thought it would be...

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