§ 90.076  GENERAL LIMITATIONS ON BURNING.
   (A)   Compliance with subchapter. It shall be unlawful to burn, ignite, incinerate, maintain or permit to burn any materials whatsoever, of whatever nature, without complying with this subchapter.  Nothing herein shall be construed to prevent fire fighting training by the Volunteer Fire Department.
   (B)   Public roads and public properties. No person shall set, start, feed, permit to burn or maintain any fire upon any of the streets and/or rights-of-way, sidewalks, alleys, or public grounds in the town, except where a designated area has been set aside or reserved for this purpose and an appropriate container has been provided to contain the fire.
   (C)   General provisions. Nothing herein shall be deemed to prohibit indoor cooking activities providing that reasonable safeguards are maintained. Cooking grills may be less than 20 feet from a building providing that reasonable safeguards are maintained.
   (D)   Special circumstances.
      (1)   In the event that it is necessary to have an uncontained fire of a size and/or at times other than permitted under this subchapter, special permission must be obtained in advance from the Town Council.
      (2)   In the event any fire company is required to respond to a fire which violates the provisions of this subchapter, a service fee may be levied by the responding fire company.
(Ord. 1-11-99-1, passed 9- -1998)  Penalty, see § 90.999