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Fireworks allowed in service area three days a year

 

Map courtesy of the Petersburg Borough

A map of the Northern tip of Mitkof Island shows the boundaries of service area one, where fireworks are allowed three days out of the year under a new ordinance. On the west side of the island, the boundary line runs south and cuts east at 861 Mitkof Highway, just past the turnoff for Twin Creek Rd.

An ordinance allowing the use of fireworks within service area one three days out of the year was passed by the borough assembly in its third reading on Monday.

Ordinance #2019-04 allows residents to light fireworks on their property on July 3 and 4 and Dec. 31 from 12 P.M. to 1 A.M. Those who light fireworks within service area one outside of the three dates stated in the ordinance can face up to a $500 fine. The ordinance will also allow special permits for the use of consumer fireworks with permission from the Petersburg Police Department and Petersburg Fire Department during special occ...



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