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City Police, Firefighters, Enforcing Ban On Open Fires

April 16, 2013

By Eric Tichy etichy@post-journal.com Think twice before lighting that bonfire within the city of Jamestown....

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Anzito

Apr-16-13 8:29 AM

The neighbor behind me has them all the time - he had one last night - I really do get tired of if. He puts it all in an old grill so must be he thinks that justifies it - I could see him going around his yard picking up sticks & throwing it in.

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KabobBilly

Apr-16-13 8:46 AM

A camp fire or cooking fire no larger than 3 foot in diameter with flames no higher than 3 feet is legal as long as the fire is attended.

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rodrickson

Apr-16-13 8:47 AM

"I could see him going around his yard picking up sticks & throwing it in."

Bronze statues of your face in tears should line the street. Your neighbor should be banished by state decree for thinking up such a criminal act in this well-regulated utopia known as New York.

Only then will we as a people begin to heal.

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Chuck2

Apr-16-13 12:30 PM

More laws and rules without use of common sense. Most that have a fire for a cookout also have water close by. Large brush fires are a danger to all and need to be enforced.

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Smiley

Apr-21-13 3:08 PM

Maybe Bobby could have provided the parameters for legal versus illegal fires within the city limits. We know the PJ won't ask such questions. Probably need pictures too.

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