(Michigan City, IN) - Michigan City officials could crackdown on the use of fireworks. What seemed like much heavier use in neighborhoods this year is fueling the discussion. The really big explosives appear to be the primary concern.
At this week’s city council meeting, councilman Don Pryzbylinski said he’s going to examine the current city ordinance to see if any tightening is needed. Currently, the use of fireworks is allowed in the days leading up to and After the 4th of July.
With no municipal fireworks shows for this year, it is believed to have caused residential use to be noticeably higher this year in many communities.