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Posted on: May 25, 2017

City fireworks proceed with fire safety measures

Inverness Fire Department

Inverness Fire Chief Joe Campfield discusses plans for Inverness Patriotic Evening

NEWS RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

May 25, 2017


CONTACT

Joe Campfield

FIRE CHIEF

INVERNESS FIRE DEPARTMENT

(352)726-2611 ext. 1701


City fireworks proceed with fire safety measures


The City of Inverness with careful planning and cautiously looking at the drought conditions is moving forward with Patriotic Evening on July 3 at Liberty Park. The display will be done over a large body of water, which will present a safety buffer.

The Inverness Fire Department will be on hand as always in the event of an issue with the fireworks display itself. The dry conditions this year looks to be the same as in previous years up to July and hopefully rain in the evenings will start as they have in the past. We encourage the community rather than purchasing fireworks for personal use, but rather attend this event on July 3. We remind residents of the City of Inverness of a burn ban, which includes the use of personal fireworks in your neighborhoods.

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