Saturday, November 9, 2013

Clark County Washington Advisory Vote #6 - Protect Cinnamon from Fireworks

Here I am reading the lastest political e-mails
Cinnamon's position on fireworks has been upheld! Clark County voters supported Cinnamon on  the Advisory Vote to limit sale and use of fireworks.

The Columbian newspaper reported: Clark County voters seem to support stricter limits on when fireworks can be sold and used, according to preliminary election results released Tuesday night. They also said, through other advisory votes, they want to be consulted on transit issues.
As of Tuesday, early returns showed 65.2 percent of voters advised Clark County commissioners to limit the use of fireworks in unincorporated parts of the county to July 4 only, and the sale of fireworks in those areas to July 2-4. The advisory vote is nonbinding, but commissioners say the results will help them decide whether to move forward with such a proposal.

So now I will watch what the Clark County commissioners do. Hopefully they will listen to ME and to the voters. I have hope. I have hope that I will not have to endure more than a week of BOOM! Crack! Pop! again. It was horrible.

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