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  1. fbelec

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    i'm thinking of making a fire pit. around here if you have a fire burning outside without a permit you get a ticket. permits are from jan to april 30. you can only burn 10 am to 4 pm
    does anyone know the law on this?
    or is there a specific way to make them?
    i'd like to have a fire pit i can use at night.

    thanks
    frank
     
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  2. MountainStoveGuy

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    In this state, if you have a cooking grid over it it becomes a bbq, which is leagle anytime.
     
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    I am thinking of maybe getting something like this. Hemi powered BBQ.
     

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    That looks like a peterson fire majic grill on that engine. Nice setup.
     
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    looks more like a grill tim allen would have made by binford :coolsmile:
     
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    You are probably dealing with a local or state code. I'd suggest going to your local township office and get requirements from them. In my town in Michigan, as long as you have marshmellows & hot dog sticks, it is considered a recreational fire & you can do it when ever you want.
     
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