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|STATE OF WA DEPT OF FISH & WILDLIFE SOOS CREEK HATCHERY REDEVELOPMENT|
Pacific Civil & Infrastructure
|I-90 / 468TH AVE SE TO W SUMMIT RD – CONCRETE, DECK & CULVERT REHAB 16T017 FA # NHPP-0901(490)|
Kiewit Infrastructure West Co.
|76TH AVENUE WEST & 212TH ST. SW INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS|
Johansen Excavating, Inc
|MCGILVRA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL – NEW CAFETERIA BUILDING|
Kassel & Associates
|MOUNT SI HIGH SCHOOL REPLACEMENT|
February 22, 2013
EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — More back yards in Eugene will be turning into barnyards. The city council voted Wednesday to encourage farming by allowing residents to keep more chickens, rabbits, goats and beehives.
The Register-Guard reports the number of animals depend on the combination. The previous ordinance limited most residents to two chickens and two rabbits.
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