County misses deadline to ban holiday fireworks

Full story: Theeagle.com

The Brazos County Commissioners Court did not implement a ban Thursday on aerial fireworks for the Fourth of July holiday because it missed the deadline to do so legally.
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Kyle Field

Palo Alto, CA

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Jun 26, 2006
 
I wish the state would ban fireworks altogether. It's ignorant neighbhors that shoot them off until midnight and then don't clean up their mess that I can do without. It's scares my dogs and keeps my daughter up (she's only two years old). Not to mention the fact that it's a fire hazard.

Or at least make it ILLEGAL except on July 4th and New Years Eve. Shooting them off on any other day should be a $500 fine!! I had all you ignorant SOB's that shoot these off. Give it a rest already...you're everybody appreciates it.
Brainiac of Beacon House

Norfolk, VA

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Have any of you Brazos County residents ever checked out the web-site of Eggleston's Beacon House: a day program on Virginia Beach Blvd. in Virginia Beach, Va. for brain injury survivors!?

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