Geese court case postponed

Sep 24 • Feature Story, Local News2 Comments on Geese court case postponed

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The court case involving Chatham businessman Keith Koke and his flock of geese scheduled to be heard tomorrow has been postponed, Koke said today.

Following complaints by neighbours in the area, Chatham-Kent municipal officials charged him with raising geese in a residential zone.

Koke said no date has been set to hear the matter.

City officials could not be reached for comment this afternoon.

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2 Responses to Geese court case postponed

  1. What horse manure, why would people complain this a stupid waste of tax dollars. Too much government control is this a communistic state or a democracy?

  2. Allan Gore says:

    What a waste of tax dollars and court time. Who are these people going to take to court over the ducks and canada geese next?

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