During the 7 p.m. work session, the Council is scheduled to consider a new proposal by Councilmember Ian Cotton that would limit fireworks sales to four days and allow discharge of those fireworks only on July 4.
In the proposed ordinance, no fireworks shall be sold within the City except from noon, July 1 to 10 p.m., July 4. The discharging of consumer fireworks would be allowed only from 9 a.m. until 11 p.m. on July 4 and only after the purchase of a residential consumer fireworks permit. Anyone found guilty of violating the ordinance would not be issued a permit for a five-year period.
The proposed fees are $15 for a residential permit and $100 for a retail sales outlet permit.
Another proposal, a ban on fireworks sales and discharge in the city, also has been under consideration by the Council.
The Council likely will vote on one or both proposals at the business meeting, which will be immediately following the work session.
A public hearing on fireworks in the City was held on May 27 and the issue was discussed at a previous City Council work session.