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Nobody Here But Us Chickens!

William Fahey and Jacob Witte

Wednesday, April 29 1:30-2:45pm


Presentation Overview:

Chicken coops are popping up everywhere; can goats be far behind? The Right to Farm Act and the Generally Accepted Agricultural Management Practices (GAAMPs) seriously complicate your zoning ordinance and public nuisance prosecutions. Learn how to craft your ordinances and enforcement practices to avoid conflicts between farming and residential land uses.

Presenter Information:

William K. Fahey is one of the firm’s founders. Bill is a tough and passionate advocate for his clients. Since 2005, Bill has been honored by the Best Lawyers in America in the areas of Administrative/Regulatory Law, Appellate Practice, Energy Law, Land Use and Zoning Law, Litigation-Land Use and Zoning, Litigation-Municipal, and Municipal Law. Bill has also maintained recognition since 2007 by Michigan Super Lawyers for his work in municipal law, utility law, and appellate law. For more than 30 years, the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory has rated him "AV," the highest rating available.

 

 

Jacob Witte joined the firm in March of 2018. He practices in the firm’s growing Municipal Practice Group, focusing on the representation of townships, cities, counties, libraries, and special authorities served by the firm.


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