Fayette County

August 26, 2012 8:08 PM

Uncommonwealth: Enough of the bombs bursting in air already

a committee of Lexington's Urban County Council passed a proposal to ban the purchase and detonation of aerial fireworks including bottle rockets, mortars and loud firecracker explosives. If the full council passes the ordinance, it would take effect immediately, replacing 2011 ordinance that merely limited the days and times for aerial fireworks and firecrackers.

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