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Changing Glendale's ordinance for chickens
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I am looking for individuals in Glendale who would be willing to work with me to get the ordinance changed to allow chickens in ALL residential areas.  If you have chickens now or would like chickens…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sophia Ortega Jul 13, 2013.

 

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Toni Miranda replied to Donna Bruce's discussion Our Freedom to Own Backyard Chickens in the State of Arizona in the group Micro Livestock
"I am assuming that is 7 pm - correct???"
Oct 14, 2013
Sophia Ortega replied to Toni Miranda's discussion Changing Glendale's ordinance for chickens
"I live in Glendale (and have for almost two decades) and I had no idea most of this stuff was going on! I knew we were not allowed chickens, but no edibles? REALLY!!!! When we moved here we lived next to an orange grove!, in the middle of the city!…"
Jul 13, 2013
Jennifer Prell replied to Toni Miranda's discussion Changing Glendale's ordinance for chickens
"I think you may have a neighbor who does not like you.  I have lived in Glendale on and off for quite a while and have found if you keep the front yard pretty it is generally enough to keep away problems.  But extra cars around also can be…"
Jun 20, 2013
Chris replied to Toni Miranda's discussion Changing Glendale's ordinance for chickens
"Mark, I am sure the NSA has already decided what they are going to do with us, even before this thread. How is your phone connection???? :( Seems those with the tin hats were correct after all."
Jun 17, 2013
Mark S replied to Toni Miranda's discussion Changing Glendale's ordinance for chickens
"Chris, If we question the powers, we are labeled as political dissidents and you know what happens to political dissidents.  Gov't wants quiet little serfs to control.  Those that can think for themselves and take care of themselves…"
Jun 17, 2013
Chris replied to Toni Miranda's discussion Changing Glendale's ordinance for chickens
"Not sure exactly what is meant by a level 3 quake, but a magnitude 3 quake will move one's dishes, much like a large truck moving by the house. So really do we need to be coded to build a house that will support dishes if a truck drives…"
Jun 17, 2013
Mark S replied to Toni Miranda's discussion Changing Glendale's ordinance for chickens
"This stuff is getting scary in this once great country.  We are quickly approaching what the Soviet Union and Germany once were. Moving to Mexico is starting to look like a better option than staying here."
Jun 13, 2013
Mark S replied to Toni Miranda's discussion Changing Glendale's ordinance for chickens
Jun 13, 2013
Mark S replied to Toni Miranda's discussion Changing Glendale's ordinance for chickens
"I moved to Glendale in 2000 from West Phoenix.  I do not know where I would move to in the valley since all the valley cities are putting in place more and more draconian laws and ordinances. Right now Phoenix is starting to look like the less…"
Jun 13, 2013
Mark S replied to Toni Miranda's discussion Changing Glendale's ordinance for chickens
"It seems that Glendale has changed their codes in 2010 that require a permit on almost repair/remodel/replace of plumbing, electrical, or mechanical systems in a residence.  They also are requiring that you use a Glendale approved licensed…"
Jun 13, 2013
Chris replied to Toni Miranda's discussion Changing Glendale's ordinance for chickens
"It is very simple to fight them, realize voting is important, getting something for free from the government is never ever even remotely free! Santa Claus is a myth, except on Christmas, and when the government is your Santa Claus you are going to…"
Jun 13, 2013
Chris replied to Toni Miranda's discussion Changing Glendale's ordinance for chickens
"I would be careful on both the waterheater and ceiling fan. If you dig down into the city codes a little bit, almost all house repairs/changes actually require a permit, but it is not too obvious on the surface because fines make more…"
Jun 13, 2013
Cynthia Carter replied to Toni Miranda's discussion Changing Glendale's ordinance for chickens
"I will refrain from letting myself talk about these imposed codes, since my BP is only rising... As for the problem Mark is having, neighborhood busybodies who have nothing better to do than try to get others in trouble are such a nuisance.  It…"
Jun 12, 2013
Mark S replied to Toni Miranda's discussion Changing Glendale's ordinance for chickens
"EXACTLY! I sometimes wish that the City of Phoenix would just annex Glendale.  I have a feeling that this could easily happen if Glendale doesn't rein in its $$ eyes and continue to bankrupt the city so some sports team owners can get…"
Jun 12, 2013
Mark S replied to Toni Miranda's discussion Changing Glendale's ordinance for chickens
"Hi Doris.  I was looking at the Peoria City Code and they do use the 2006 International Code. http://www.peoriaaz.gov/NewSecondary.aspx?id=54827&terms=faq At least I can install ceiling fans or replace my water heater in my Glendale house…"
Jun 12, 2013
Doris replied to Toni Miranda's discussion Changing Glendale's ordinance for chickens
"Mark You are absolutely right. Its a neighbor. The code compliance follows up on complaints. They won't tell you who it is, you might file a public request form, but there is no guarantees. Contact Phoenix New times, ABC15, everybody you can…"
Jun 12, 2013

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I am a mother of 4 and an avid gardener. I have lived in the Phoenix area for over 6 years. I grew up on a farm in the Midwest and am now trying to adapt the things I learned there to the extremes of the desert. It is an adventure, but I love it!

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At 4:30pm on April 14, 2013, Volunteer Manager said…

Hi Toni,

Welcome to the VPA! 

Thank you for your interest in volunteering with the VPA when signing-up to become an on-line member.  We are hosting a Volunteer Orientation at the VPA Office on Tuesday, May 21st at 6:30pm-8:00pm.  Please RSVP here.  I also encourage you to join the “Volunteer” Group to stay alerted of all the volunteer opportunities we have available.  You, the Volunteer, make it possible for the VPA to accomplish our mission of inspiring sustainable urban living in the desert southwest.

Best Regards,

Kat Farris

Volunteer Manager

Kat@vpaaz.org

602-413-5700

At 1:29pm on March 29, 2013, Volunteer Manager said…

Thank you for choosing to join the Valley Permaculture Alliance, a local 501C3 non-profit education organization that offers classes, training, activities, tours, events and demonstrations on various aspects of sustainable living around the Greater Phoenix Valley. You can read more about the VPA on the ‘About Us’ page, and explore the many groups and resources this Ning “social networking site” has to offer, as well as customize your own Profile Page and connect with new like-minded friends. By signing up as a member you are also signed up for our weekly newsletter which gives you descriptions of classes offered each weeks and dates for upcoming events.

 

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