No person, firm, corporation, association, or public agency shall ignite, cause to be ignited, permit to be ignited, or suffer, allow, or maintain any open fire within the city limits after the effective date of this regulation, except as follows:
   (A)   Fires used only for cooking of food for human beings or for recreational purposes.
   (B)   Flare stacks for the combustion of waste gases provided that where used in petroleum refineries such stacks be equipped with smokeless tips.
   (C)   Fires set for prevention of a fire hazard, including the disposal of dangerous materials where no safe alternate is available.
   (D)   Fires set for the purpose of weed abatement, land clearing, disease, and pest prevention, provided prior approval is obtained from the Fire Chief of the city.
   (E)   Fires set in connection with agricultural operations related to growing or harvesting of crops, provided prior approval is obtained from the Fire Chief of the city.
   (F)   Fires set for the purpose of bona fide instruction and training of industrial employees in the methods of fighting fires, provided notice is given in each instance to the Chief of the Fire Department five (5) days in advance by the official in charge stating the following:
      (1)   The name, organization, address, and telephone number of the person submitting notice.
      (2)   The exact location where open burning will be used and the type and quantity of material to be burned.
      (3)   The schedule date for burning. Should there be a postponement, the Fire Chief must be notified of the rescheduled date for burning before the burning shall take place.
      (4)   That such fire is necessary for bona fide instruction and training.
('74 Code, § 10-5) (Ord. passed 2-19-73) Penalty, see § 93.99