§ 50.06 BURNING.
   (A)   No leaves, brush, grass or any other debris shall be burned in the Village except for wood as provided in division (B) of this section.
   (B)   Wood may be burned in the Village so long as the person or persons burning comply with the following rules:
      (1)   There shall be no burning on any public property, public road or right-of-way or within 20 feet of any structure, fence, lake, wetland, tree or bush.
      (2)   Any fire resulting from the burning shall be constantly attended by a competent person until such fire is extinguished.
      (3)   Burning shall only take place in areas or containers as follows:
         (a)   In an area which does not exceed 5 feet in diameter and which is continuously surrounded at its perimeter by a 6 inch high barrier of noncombustible material; or
         (b)   In a metal wood burning appliance which does not exceed 5 feet in diameter and which has at its perimeter a continuous 6 inch high barrier; or
         (c)   In a masonry fireplace and despite the prohibition in division (B)(1) of this section may be located within 20 feet of a person's own residence.
      (4)   That an extinguishing source be available at the site of the fire.
      (5)   A person or persons shall immediately extinguish a fire if requested by an employee of the Village who has determined that a hazard exists due to the atmospheric conditions, excessive smoke or high flame from said fire.
(1968 Code § 11.06) (Ord. 90-6-741, passed 6-11-1990; Am. Ord. 91-9-787, passed 9-23-1991; Am. Ord. 92-9-821, passed 9-14-1992; Am. Ord. 06-4-1539, passed 4-10-2006)