Burn ban extended in Bastrop County
The Bastrop County Burn Ban is still in effect. With extremely dry weather conditions and no heavy rainfall in the Elgin area this summer, the Bastrop County Commissioners Court has extended the Burn Ban ...
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#1 Aug 22, 2008
We have had 9 inches of rain the past few weeks and the ground is wet, not dry. How much rain do we need to start burnung??????? The piles keep getting higher.
#2 May 22, 2009
Seriously!(I agree with Smokey.)
MAY WE BURN?!?!
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