§ 92.33  ADDITIONAL RESTRICTIONS AND EXEMPTIONS.
   (A)   The Fire Department reserves the right to impose restrictions and exemptions on burning in addition to those enumerated in § 92.32, whenever in the judgment of the Fire Department and with the agreement of the local DHEC representative such is necessary to ensure safety.
   (B)   No person shall burn any treated or sawn lumber, building materials, or any other item that has been identified by the Department of Health and Environmental Control as being harmful to the environment.
   (C)   Any fire that creates a nuisance by means of flame, smoke, ash or byproduct, wind conditions,  dry weather conditions, or otherwise, or where any fire effects the safety, health, or welfare of any member or members of the general public, the fire shall be immediately extinguished.  All such determinations shall be made by the Fire Chief or his or her designee.
   (D)   Fires purposely set for agriculture control of disease, weeds, pests and for other specific agriculture purposes in accordance with practices acceptable to the Department of Health and Environmental Control and the Smoke Management Guidelines of the South Carolina Forestry Commission are authorized in advance of said activity being made to the Mount Pleasant Fire Chief, and shall only pertain to designated agriculture or forest management areas of five or more acres, and shall also require written approval by the Fire Chief. Prior to any said approval the applicant  must also provide proof of the following to the Fire Chief: notification of said burning being made to the State Forestry Commission along with the  specific permit number obtained from said entity.
   (E)   Open burning of trees, bush, grass and other vegetable matter for game management purposes in accordance with the practices acceptable to the Department of Health and Environmental Control and the Smoke Management Guidelines of the South Carolina Forestry Commission are authorized pursuant to the terms herein. Said burning shall require a written request for authorization in advance of said activity being made to the Mount Pleasant Fire Chief, and shall only pertain to designated agriculture or forest management areas of five or more acres, and shall also require written approval by the Fire Chief. Prior to any said approval the applicant must also provide proof of the following to the Fire Chief: notification of said burning being made to the State Forestry Commission along with the specific permit number obtained from said entity.
('81 Code, § 93.12) (Ord passed 3-9-93; Am. Ord. 98031, passed 6-22-98)  Penalty, see § 10.99