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Chickens, Deer and Speeding Make Ellisville's Wednesday Agenda

Urban chickens and Ellisville's deer population are among the items scheduled to be addressed at a Wednesday night meeting of city council members.

The Ellisville City Council is scheduled to speak with a representative of the Department of Natural Resources regarding the city's at a Wednesday night meeting.

That meeting will serve as the city's Sept. 21 "Work session," when Mayor Matt Pirrello and Ellisville City Council members also are scheduled to discuss:

• Possible city code dealing with chickens being raised on residential properties

• Speeding on Marsh Avenue between Clarkson and Hutchison roads

• New district boundaries within the city

Wednesday night's work session will be immediately followed by the official city council meeting. Agenda items include:

• An outdoor music festival Saturday, Oct. 1 at

• An amendment regarding a T-Mobile antennae at 419 Old State Road

The Sept. 21 work session is scheduled to start at 6:15 p.m. followed by the city council meeting at 7 p.m. both at .

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