Wed. Feb 28th, 2024
The second in a series of three open-house type meetings to take public comments on an ordinance being considered to ban open flame cooking devices on decks of multi-family dwellings in the Osage Beach Fire District is on the calendar for next week.
“The board voted to approve or adopt the International Fire Code as it’s written. And there are some exceptions about non-combustibles and protected by a sprinkler. Those would be okay.”
The 90-day comment period continues at the district’s main station house on Bluff Drive at 4:00 next Wednesday, June 7th, with a final meeting to take in-person comments on July 5th.
The Osage Beach Fire Board of Directors is then expected to officially act on adopting the ordinance, in the name of public safety at its July 18th meeting.