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Residents speak up about fireworks

Block parties, citations discussed

A Hoisington resident asks the city council Monday night to limit the number of days fireworks can be discharged in the city this year to one, Tuesday, July 4.

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HOISINGTON — Patrons attending the Hoisington City Council meeting Monday asked council members for some answers. They wanted to know what if anything the council had in mind concerning applications for block parties for the upcoming Fourth of July holiday. They also wanted to know how long the council was prepared to allow the noise to go on this year.
The city ordinance allows fireworks to be discharged in the city only on July 4, but for the past two years, because the holiday fell on what for many amounted to a three-day weekend, the council made exceptions and allowed the ...


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