Greensburg, In. — City council members in Greensburg will consider a chicken ordinance tonight. The council under consideration would allow residents to keep up to four hens at least 20 feet away from a property line in city limits. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. in city hall. Residential lots that cannot accommodate the 20 foot setback would have to apply for a variance.Last month council members and the public conducted a debate but the measure tabled because council president, Jamie Cain was not in attendance.Council members are aware some people are keeping chickens within city limits and want to regulate it, but don’t necessarily support the concept.Evansville, Bloomington, Greenfield and Columbus all have ordinance that control flocks within city limits.
Nations Cup action is due to begin at 3 o’clock later this afternoon. Ireland will be represented by two Tipperary men – the Olympics-bound Greg Broderick and Denis Lynch. Cian O’Connor and Bertram Allen are the other members of the team that will jump third today behind the United States and Great Britain. Team Ireland currently lie in sixth place in the Nations Cup series, with Dublin being their last event where they can pick up points. Seven of the 10 countries that have competed in Europe Division I this season will qualify for Rio.