Two young deer pause for a snack on Lawrence Street in December 2017. The Port Townsend City Council passed the first reading of an ordinance Monday that added feeding wildlife to the city’s nuisance code. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News file)

Two young deer pause for a snack on Lawrence Street in December 2017. The Port Townsend City Council passed the first reading of an ordinance Monday that added feeding wildlife to the city’s nuisance code. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News file)

Port Townsend grapples with discouraging feeding of wildlife

Deer, ducks and other animals included in ordinance

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