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Clark County fire marshal’s office: Two fireworks suppliers’ 2023 gross sales totaled $4.7M

County had 40 stands; 48 emergency calls reported by CRESA with almost 1500 nuisance calls

By , Columbian staff writer
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Some people love them. Others hate them. But there’s no denying that fireworks remain an important part of Fourth of July celebrations in Clark County.

On Wednesday, Interim Fire Marshal Curtis Eavenson and chief building official Max Booth presented a report on the sales, use and impacts of fireworks in 2023 to the county council.

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