PLYMOUTH — Chief G. Edward Bradley would like to advise residents to avoid non-essential burning following the end of Open Burning Season as smoke is an irritant for those with symptoms of or who are recovering from COVID-19.
ATTLEBORO — Chief Scott Lachance and the Attleboro Fire Department would like to announce that the State Open Burning Season will begin on Wednesday, Jan. 15 and end on Friday, May 1.
MERRIMAC — Fire Chief Larry Fisher reports that the Merrimac Fire Department has implemented a new open burning permit process.
Chief Timothy J. Grenno announces that the State Open Burning Season will begin on Wednesday, Jan. 15 and run through Friday, May 1.
Chief Michael Feinberg and the Nahant Fire Department announce that the State Open Burning Season will begin on Tuesday, Jan. 15 and run through May 1.
Chief Kevin Partridge and the Easton Fire Department are pleased to announce that the State Open Burning Season will run from Jan. 15 through May 1, and the Town will be utilizing a new online permitting system this year.
Chief Timothy J. Grenno would to remind residents that the town’s open burning period ended Tuesday, May 1, and that a permit is required for those who plan on using outdoor fire pits.
With the warmer weather now here, Chief Timothy Harhen would like to provide residents with grilling safety tips and also remind homeowners that the open burning period in town ended on May 1.
Chief Michael Sullivan would to remind residents that the town’s open burning period ends Tuesday, May 1, at 4 p.m.
Georgetown Fire Department Albert B Beardsley, Fire Chief 47 Central Street Georgetown, MA 01833 For Immediate Release Tuesday, Jan. 13, 2015 Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: [email protected] Open Burning Season Begins in Georgetown on Jan. 15 GEORGETOWN — Fire Chief Albert B. Beardsley has announced the State Open Burning Season will begin on Thursday […]