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City reviews DEQ wood-burning ordinance | Preston Citizen

City reviews DEQ wood-burning ordinance

April 24, 2012
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By ROBERT S. MERRILL 

Assistant editor

A review of a proposed wood-stove burning ordinance in Preston was made on Friday by city attorney Clyde Nelson prior to the council approving the measure.

Nelson met with Dayton attorney Steve Fuller and Franklin County prosecutor Todd Garbett to review the document that will be passed in the future by those three entities.

“We all need to be on the same page regarding the ordinance,” said Nelson at Monday’s city council meeting. “All municipalities in the county, as well as the county itself, need to have similar wording in the proposed ordinance.”

Jeanine Crockett stands next to an EPA approved wood burning stove at her Wangsgaard’s store. The stoves can also be found at Mr. Cool at the Cub River turn off. on US 91.

Nelson said the city and “everyone” else will have to have a public hearing before the ordinances are adopted.

This story is sponsored by Elect Tom Loertscher.

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