(A)   All burning of paper, paper boxes or miscellaneous dry materials shall be burned in regulation burners of wire mesh or perforated burners fitted with covers or top enclosures to prevent blowing of burning parts. The ashes from such burners are to be emptied by the owner or occupant of such property after they are cold, into small containers not to exceed 50 pounds in weight.
   (B)   The burning of paper, paper boxes or miscellaneous dry material described in division (A) above shall be done in complete compliance with division (A) and only between the hours of 4:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. seven days a week.
   (C)   The burning of leaves, grass and weeds are prohibited.
   (D)   Recreational or ceremonial fires, such as barbeques and campfires are permitted but must comply with the following conditions:
      (1)   These fires may burn at night and may be fueled only by charcoal or clean burning petroleum products such as lighter fluids;
      (2)   The fires shall burn only wood and wood products not otherwise prohibited by Indiana Law;
      (3)   A person who burns such a fire shall extinguish the fire if it creates a nuisance or fire hazard;
      (4)   Burning may not be conducted during favorable meteorological conditions such as high winds, temperature inversions or air stagnation;
      (5)   All fires must be attended at all times during burning until completely extinguished; and
      (6)   All asbestos containing material may not be burned.
(Ord. 2004-11, passed 7-6-04) Penalty, see § 95.99