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The Centre Daily Times ran an article today further developing the chicken drama that seems be Borough Council’s primary concern. Here are some of the punniest passages.

STATE COLLEGE — Egged on by chicken owners, Borough Council granted hens the right to live in State College after more than three months of debate.

While in the borough, pet poultry cannot be slaughtered, which includes Kentucky-frying and McNugget-making. Chicken waste must be fully composted or extracted using the double bagging method.

However, Monday night’s meeting lacked the passion of former discussions. Many people, like anti-chicken resident Carolyn Stebbins, didn’t convene to ruffle feathers.

We heard the Collegian was going to use puns in its coverage of this, but it was too chicken didn’t.

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