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Rebecca Stark's four chickens have most of the backyard to roam on Friday. A measure to allow more hens is being considered by the cityÕs Housing, Neighborhood Services and Redevelopment policy committee.
Photo by Gabriel Christus/Aurora Sentinel

“I get three eggs a day with my four chickens, and it averages out to somewhere between 20 to 24 a week, depending upon production,” she said. “Most people I know who keep chickens in Aurora say it would be lovely if we could go up to six.”

Denise Holden pulls her laundry out of the dryer at Laundry on the Fax on Wednesday. Yemane Habtezgi, owner of Laundry on the Fax, set up a voucher system with the help of the city for low income residents.
Photo by Gabriel Christus/Aurora Sentinel

AURORA | The City of Aurora will not start collecting a controversial sales tax from coin-operated laundromats and self-service car washes after all, city lawmakers agreed at a study session Monday night. “This is really taxing the poor,” said Aurora City Councilwoman Sally Mounier, one of five council members who voted against enforcing a long-overlooked […]


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