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That is a shame. With the high winds and dead weeds and grasses around the county it seems like a disaster in the making. Personally, I wish all burning would, could, should ... Read More
That is a shame. With the high winds and dead weeds and grasses around the county it seems like a disaster in the making. Personally, I wish all burning would, could, should be banned. Everyday this week someone has been burning something in our area. I have been forced to stay inside my house because of the smoke. On these beautiful days it is very hard to stay inside. I have asthma and the burning makes it impossible to be outside. I understand people need to burn underbrush, trash and dead trees therefore we should make it certain days a month. Not everyday. A couple of days a month would be much better for our lungs and our health. These people who are burning are burning after dark also. What about all the children who have asthma? They can't be outside with people burning everyday of the week. Let's have scheduled days for burning. Twice a month would be nice.
William J. Gibbs Jr. WCN December 18, 2012 11:13am
Mr. Piegza, according to the Bexar County Fire Marshal's website, as of today, "Bexar County has lifted the county wide burn ban - however, the Fire Marshal may restrict ... Read More
Mr. Piegza, according to the Bexar County Fire Marshal's website, as of today, "Bexar County has lifted the county wide burn ban - however, the Fire Marshal may restrict burning when weather conditions are not appropriate to support safe burning."