Fayette County beekeepers won’t have too many new rules to meet after all.
Instead of a slate of regulations proposed by county staff, the county commission, at its July 28 meeting, crafted an allowance for beekeeping to be allowed in all residential zoning districts.
Prior to the adoption of the new ordinance, beekeeping was only allowed on lots zoned for agriculture reserve.
The new ordinance also allows residents to sell honey on the premises without needing a home occupation permit. Read More»