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Ironwood to enforce fireworks laws


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IRONWOOD — Michigan’s fireworks laws allow for a wide variety of commercial grade aerial items, but the limited window for use is meant to reduce the amount of noise that can cause stress to other residents and pets, according to Andrew DiGiorgio, director of the Ironwood Public Safety Department.

People buy fireworks and have to hold on to them for two weeks and that is frustrating for some people, he said. The IPSD will enforce the Michigan law that allows fireworks use from Monday, June 29 to Saturday, July 4., from 11 a.m. to 11:45 p.m,...

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