Under new rules, unincorporated Pierce County will soon move from five days of being able set off Fourth of July fireworks to just one.
When the celebration rolls around in 2023, people in unincorporated Pierce County will be allowed to light fireworks only on July 4.
“Changing dates modifies the ability for people to celebrate. This is celebrating our country, and we’ve already modified the dates,” said Randy Curly, TNT fireworks manager, as he was pleading the case to councilmembers this week against the legislation.
The council did vote to also allow fireworks on New Year’s Eve.
Beginning in 2023,
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