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    Town Council President Gerald Stiener said officials have obtained $200,000 in funding through the Little Calumet River Basin Development Commission to help cover expenses for the work.

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    Plans for the newly approved subdivision are to build 134 traditional homes between 2,000-3,000 square feet and 55 maintenance-free, age-targeted cottages between 1,600-2,000 square feet. 

    The revised town code, under the heading of hobby farms, allows female chickens only to be raised on nonconforming agriculture lots of one to four acres and residential lots of one acre or greater.

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