- http://www.ci.san-marcos.tx.us/departments/health/AnimalServices/animal_services.htm ... From: OOWONBS@Netscape.net To: Beekeeping@yahoogroups.com Sent:Message 1 of 4 , Apr 3, 2009View Source----- Original Message -----From: OOWONBS@...Sent: Friday, April 03, 2009 1:14 PMSubject: Re: [Beekeeping] Bee & Club Law Request
Bee Law Request
Please send me links to your local city, county, & state, laws, regs,
I have found, finding the laws, extremely difficult, so to advise
someone who is not local but who joins a list such as this or a
bee list, I/we are somewhat lost, save for knowing general
common-sense of laws of other localities. We can't just say,
~"find local clubs." I can barely find ones in my area. When I
call the authorities, they send me to the local clubs to discover the
I want to set up a central eList or etc to house these. My county
suspended hive reg., but an errant city could be ignorant, and may
impose total restriction in a bedroom community w/o citizenry being
aware in time to mount a defense.
I just made a hive from a swarm and my community is just the
unenlightened type to do so. 24 years ago I'd see a dozen bees
a day. Now a dozen bees in a month is par, since public light rail
displaced all 3 regular-sized nurseries along the low-rent corridor,
and huge one closed due to heirs in-fighting which caused the
sale of it to build homes. (Natural greed and a way to divvy the
nursery up between the heirs.)
Not to mention, bee genetics needs the diversity in order to adapt.
I want to inform, and enable enlightened people to be pro-active.
I thank you from the bottom of my tummy, and my kids' tummies,
and theirs, and so on...
Other than a mere link, perhaps ought to be sent to me offlist?
Kindly send any club/association info as well.