HOLLAND, MI (WHTC) - An ordinance amendment regulating fireworks in the city of Holland was approved on a 7-1 vote by council members last night. It restricts setting off those minor explosives to three-day periods surrounding 10 federal holidays, and prohibits lighting them off between 11 PM and 7 AM on those days. The ordinance should be in effect as early as the Memorial Day holiday weekend. The new guidelines come after last year’s lifting of state laws banning fireworks that leave the ground or make loud noises.
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