Audrey Tripp campaigned to

Keep my pet goats

The city gave us permission to keep two female dwarf goats but later changed.

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Maine city OKs pet goats, then tells family they have to go

The Bangor Daily News
AUBURN, Maine — Several months ago, Audrey and Nathan Tripp decided to get a pair of mini goats as pets for their children. They were friendly, gentle animals about the size of a Labrador retriever, and the Tripps were sure they’d make a great addition to the family. Their only lingering question: Were the little goats allowed at their Merrow…Read More
Audrey Tripp
Audrey Tripp Campaign leader

Results of revisiting ordinance

Auburn council opposes amending goats ordinance

Sun Journal
AUBURN — City councilors on Monday were not in favor of amending Auburn's zoning rules regarding farm animals, despite a recent city mistake that could lead to a family on Merrow Road losing its two pet goats.  The Tripp family has attended a number of City Council meetings since April, when after receiving initial permission to keep the two…Read More
Audrey Tripp
Audrey Tripp Campaign leader

Coverage before workshop considering ordinance change.

Auburn considers letting family keep goats

The fate of two goats is still up in the air in Auburn. (WGME) AUBURN (WGME) -- The fate of two goats is still up in the air in Auburn. Monday night, town leaders will be discussing what to do with the pair at a meeting. The Tripp family in Auburn was given initial permission to keep two Nigerian dwarf goats at their home. Later the city…Read More
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