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Apr 22, 2012
 
A neighbor has a hole in the ground and several days a week has a smokey fire going. I've had to get after them over and over because the smoke fills up my poultry barns and is sickening my poultry. They do this over and over. They are not burning nice dry wood, but wet and green wood. My poultry are expensive to maintain, are worth quite a bit of money, and I'd like to find out what I can I do stop this. The City allows fire pit fires. These are not fires, they are heavy smoke smoldering messes that are endangering my farm, over and over.
Vick

Grand Rapids, MI

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Oct 17, 2012
 
I dont think these fires are allowed. Smoke is a fire in my book.

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