Tumwater voters are deciding in the Nov. 8 election whether to ban the sale and discharge of fireworks in the city with two notable exceptions: The city-sponsored professional Fourth of July fireworks show at the Tumwater Valley Golf Course and the sale of “small trick and novelty firework devices,” such as drop-pops, snakes and smoke-generating items. Pictured are some fireworks confiscated in July by Tacoma police.
Tumwater voters are deciding in the Nov. 8 election whether to ban the sale and discharge of fireworks in the city with two notable exceptions: The city-sponsored professional Fourth of July fireworks show at the Tumwater Valley Golf Course and the sale of “small trick and novelty firework devices,” such as drop-pops, snakes and smoke-generating items. Pictured are some fireworks confiscated in July by Tacoma police. Lui Kit Wong Staff file, 2016
Tumwater voters are deciding in the Nov. 8 election whether to ban the sale and discharge of fireworks in the city with two notable exceptions: The city-sponsored professional Fourth of July fireworks show at the Tumwater Valley Golf Course and the sale of “small trick and novelty firework devices,” such as drop-pops, snakes and smoke-generating items. Pictured are some fireworks confiscated in July by Tacoma police. Lui Kit Wong Staff file, 2016

Tumwater voters approve fireworks ban

November 08, 2016 08:19 PM

UPDATED November 10, 2016 05:54 AM

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