Butler, Tama Counties Issue Ban on Burning
ALLISON, Iowa - Butler and Tama counties join a growing list of counties in Iowa to ban burning because of dangerously dry conditions.
Butler County's ban began at 6 a.m. Sunday, according to the Iowa Department of Public Safety, and will remain in effect until further notice.
For more information, call Mitch Nordmeyer, coordinator of Butler County Emergency Management Agency, at (641) 330-3307.
Tama County's ban begins at 6 p.m. Monday. Questions may be directed to Tama County officals at (319) 484-3760 or to the State Fire Marshal Division of the Iowa Department of Public Safety at (515) 725-6145.
Fayette, Clayton, Dubuque and Linn counties also have burn bans in place.
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