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Burn ban lifted for Gillespie County

todaySeptember 2, 2022

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Gillespie County officials announced Wednesday that the county’s burn ban has been lifted.  The county says that the recent moisture will allow landowners to “catch up on burn needs.”

Gillespie County Judge Mark Stroeher consulted with Gillespie County Fire Marshal Steve Olfers, who said the chiefs of the county’s rural fire departments felt there was sufficient recent moisture, along with forecasts for more moisture and higher humidity, to lift the ban.

Gillespie County residents are advised to use extreme caution when burning.

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