Dylan Dyke, 12, and his family are fighting to keep his two ducks. Georgetown Township, Michigan, officials say local zoning codes don't allow the family to keep ducks. Mark Dyke, Dylan's father, says neighbors complained the ducks could depress their property values. The dad says he doesn't understand that concern given that the family's home is next to a lake where you can find plenty of ducks and geese.
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