The York County Board of Supervisors’ arbitrary zoning is threatening the livelihood of Anthony Bavuso’s small family oyster farm. The locals have decided not to stand idly by:
Zoning is a popular way for counties to control where and how things are bought and sold. Zoning ordinances can often dictate whether people can work, live and play in the same neighborhood.
The Farm to Consumer Legal Defense Fund stepped up to help Anthony. Join today: your family might very well need the F2C to defend your food rights.
Meanwhile, what is local zoning cooking up in your own backyard (quite literally)? Is anyone watching?
TV news stories:
Here are two press articles about the rally:
Streaming video of the Planning commission public forum:
Wherever you are in your personal journey toward clean living and local food, thank you for joining me in mine. I look forward to sharing it with you.
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