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If council prevails, chickens won't come home to roost

Ryan Ahern, ordered by Lynn to get rid of five hens, tends to pepper plants. Ryan Ahern, ordered by Lynn to get rid of five hens, tends to pepper plants. (Patricia McDonnell/Globe Correspondent)
By Kathy McCabe
Globe Staff / September 18, 2008

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Ryan Ahern wanted his five hens to be comfortable in the backyard of his Lynn home, so he built them a "chicken mansion." (Full article: 925 words)

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