June 10, 2021 |

The Rawlins City Council took the first step toward making hog panel fencing legal for the protection of trees, gardens and other landscaping during a special meeting held Tuesday. Cali O’Hare has the latest update.

Pictured above: In this April 30th photo, City of Rawlins and UW Extension employees, and their children and grandchildren, install fencing similar to hog panel fencing around thirty fruit trees in the newly planted urban orchard. Photo by Cali O’Hare/Bigfoot 99.

Click here to view the ordinance amending Rawlins municipal code 19-40-050 to allow for livestock fencing as “landscape protection fencing” around trees, shrubs, bushes, gardens and flower beds.

 

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