Permits required for outdoor burning

With a quick melt of the snow and relatively dry conditions this spring, area fire departments are asking residents to make sure to get proper permits when doing any outdoor burning.  Egg Harbor Fire Chief Steve Schopf says his department can be selective in issuing any burning permit based on the conditions. 



The fire danger for Door and Kewaunee County is at a moderate level this weekend, according to the Department of Natural Resources website.  Schopf recommends contacting your local fire department, town chair, or local municipal official to obtain burning regulation information and permits.  

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