Let’s defuse fireworks

The fireworks law is a joke. Sure glad us taxpayers paid for those huge signs you see everywhere.

When is the city gonna start enforcing this law? I can deal with one night on the Fourth. But two nights before, three days after … is unacceptable.

My dogs are traumatized. I’m tired of being woken up at 11 p.m. with my windows rattling from a mortar that just exploded.

Perhaps if fines were really imposed and it was published in the Reporter or blotter that the cops are actually enforcing the law, people would respect it. Right now, it’s a joke.

– Terri Lovato

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