If you’re thinking about whether to buy fireworks to celebrate the Fourth of July holiday, Las Vegas Fire Chief Phillip Mares and the city’s governing body have a message for you: Please don’t.
The City Council voted unanimously on Tuesday to adopt a resolution proclaiming that an emergency situation exists within the city due to dry, windy conditions and high fire hazard that represents a “significant and immediate threat to the safety, health and welfare” of city residents. The resolution discourages the sale and use of all fireworks in the area.
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