Severe drought conditions have sparke...

Severe drought conditions have sparked recent, early fires

There are 1 comment on the 95.7 The Beat story from Mar 1, 2009, titled Severe drought conditions have sparked recent, early fires. In it, 95.7 The Beat reports that:

Commissioners in Pasco County joined three other counties in approving a countywide burn ban in response to the severe drought conditions that have sparked recent fires.

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Annette

Zephyrhills, FL

#1 Mar 10, 2009
I live in the pasco county in Zephyrhills, not in city limits. I was told that there was a new law that no one could burn anything at all anymore. It did not matter if it was in a drum, fire pit or anything. This is not a new law right? This is just a ban that is being inforced right now, right?

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