The town is scheduled to vote on three ordinances at a public meeting Wednesday.
The first ordinance so that four hens could be kept on properties that are at least 10,000 square feet in size. The town currently allows up to 25 hens to be kept on a property that is two acres or larger.
Resident Victor Alfieri has so more people can take advantage of what he says are the “many wonderful things” hens have to offer. Alfieri has three hens living in a pen in his backyard.
“I think the town has lagged behind with regards to sustainability,” Alfieri previously said. “This ordinance is a great start to helping make Wayne a more sustainable place to live.”
Another ordinance pertaining to massage parlors and masseuses.
The ordinance would require that massage therapists be licensed by the township, submit to a background check and be fingerprinted. Therapists’ permits must be displayed “in an open and prominent place” in the establishment.
Massage parlors would be held to stricter standards of cleanliness.
The third ordinance would between the eastern most intersection of Valhalla and Surrey heading to Hamburg Turnpike.
Drivers would be prohibited from turning left onto Valhalla Way from Hamburg Turnpike. Drivers make the turn throughout the day as a way of avoiding a jughandle on Hamburg Turnpike.
“It’s turned a quite, residential neighborhood into a raceway,” said Councilwoman Nadine Bello, who is sponsoring the legislation.
Vehicles also cut through Valhalla and Surrey Drive to get to Jackson Avenue, which connects to Black Oak Ridge Road and Route 23.
Drivers often speed through the quite neighborhood throughout the day, which is located near .
The Competitive Cheerleading team will also be honored for recently.
The council meeting begins at 8 p.m. It will be broadcast on cable channel 77 and online.