BRIGHTON — Brighton residents will have to go without their sparklers, Roman candles and firework fountains this Fourth of July, as the private use of any type of fireworks have been banned due to the extreme fire danger.
City Council unanimously passed an emergency ordinance during its June 19 meeting, echoing the governor’s executive order, which bans open burning and the private use of fireworks.
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