Burning ordinances and such

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BSykes
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Re: Burning ordinances and such

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jdubwaldo wrote: http://www.kcmo.org/health.nsf/web/aqopenburn

(4)     Warmth fires in connection with an activity, such as construction or demolition, may be allowed by the director. The fire must be contained in a 55-gallon drum. Only clean wood may be used; and at no time may the fuel extend beyond the rim of the containing drum. Warmth fires shall be allowed only when the ambient temperature is less than 50 degrees Fahrenheit.


We aren't in Bonner Springs here people.
He's right. Wait till fall.  :lol:

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Re: Burning ordinances and such

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I'm just wanting to get rid of the small twigs and branches that I have to pick up when I mow after a windy period. If I need to get rid of anything significant I take it down to the longview drop off. If I could start a small fire every once in awhile to get rid of some twigs, that would be cool. I'm talking fireplace size fire.

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