City panel votes to make urban farming easier


The Cincinnati Planning Commission voted unanimously Friday to make it easier for residents and businesses to keep animals for farming purposes, establish community gardens and compost, among other urban agricultural issues.

For two years, the city and a steering committee looked at how to streamline its policies on urban agriculture in the zoning code because of expanded interest by residents and a complex web of regulations.

The amendments to the zoning code will allow farming as a right of property…

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