Delta County commissioners reaffirmed their position yesterday after the approval of two controversial egg laying operations. Before being confirmed by their decisions commissioners had to re-exam a variety of engineering and scientific data regarding these farms. Commissioner Olen Lund had told the Daily Sentinel that they upheld the applications as they were originally drafted and addressed the four areas which the District Court mandated the commissioners to pay attention to. Two of the areas of concern were whether the chicken farm operations are compatible to the neighborhood and whether adjoining properties would be adversely affected. Commissioners were unable to come up with a conclusive resolution since they had before them both supporting and contrary evidence. One of the key points of yesterday’s proceedings was the fact that there is no distinction in state statutes that defines industrial or commercial agricultural operations.