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Submitted photoMichael Lawcock drives to help people after last week's big snow and also trying to save his pet chickens. Readers may remember Lawcock, a U.S. military veteran and Amherst resident at the heart of the city's debate over its animal zoning laws. He was a major proponent of a six-month moratorium put in place by city council to protect local chicken-owners while lawmakers review old agriculture laws.
Submitted photoMichael Lawcock drives to help people after last week's big snow and also trying to save his pet chickens. Readers may remember Lawcock, a U.S. military veteran and Amherst resident at the heart of the city's debate over its animal zoning laws. He was a major proponent of a six-month moratorium put in place by city council to protect local chicken-owners while lawmakers review old agriculture laws.
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Michael Lawcock drives to help people after last week’s big snow and also trying to save his pet chickens. Readers may remember Lawcock, a U.S. military veteran and Amherst resident at the heart of the city’s debate over its animal zoning laws. He was a major proponent of a six-month moratorium put in place by city council to protect local chicken-owners while lawmakers review old agriculture laws.


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