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House Destroyed By Burning Shed

Building on Wegee Road was apparently vacant

April 27, 2013

SHADYSIDE — Firefighters said a man was deliberately burning a shed on his property along Wegee Road near Shadyside on Friday afternoon when the fire grew out of control....

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whgfeeling

Apr-27-13 3:55 AM

he needs to be charged the cost of putting out the fire.

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Wvcoffee

Apr-27-13 7:38 AM

Feeling is right. Intentionally set a fire. Pay the bill.

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Wvcoffee

Apr-27-13 9:21 AM

He should pay as well. The public derives no benefit from his boating, so he should pay for use of public funds. As all private companies and citizens should do.

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Wvcoffee

Apr-27-13 10:17 AM

WVNonthinker. Ever hear of a toll road? Why don't we charge tolls for locks use? County airport use? Your toll charge for FREE park activity is your local taxes funding the park board. As well as table and shelter fees. Insurance for a messy shirt is call Clorox Stick. But if you can't drink from a sippy cup without spilling well then maybe you could learn to read. He INTENTIONALLY lit the fire. Did he gave a permit? Was HHS fire department notified in advance? What if a fire fighter gets seriously injured? What then? Geez...

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Wvcoffee

Apr-27-13 10:53 AM

Don't need a permit to burn brush. Burning structures would require at least a courtesy calm to the local fire dept. Or should everyone be permitted to do whatever they want at anytime? I think not.

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whgfeeling

Apr-30-13 2:24 AM

a w w thinking. don't be jealous. some of us just know how to have a great time. also..please learn to read. they make the river safe so i can boat past the old toll bridge we wouldn't have a problem. haters will hate. lol. again..charge him for their services..nobody asked him to burn out of control. i am sure he tried to burn it so he didn't have to pay to tear it down.

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whgfeeling

Apr-30-13 2:25 AM

well said wvcoffee. glad not all are burnouts on this site.

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whgfeeling

Apr-30-13 2:29 AM

There are some instances when Ohio EPA does not need to be notified or provide approval of open burning activities. However, you may have an obligation to notify or get permission from Ohio EPA before burning materials outside depending on the materials burned, the location of the burn, and the activity associated with the burn. Ohio EPA has developed a notification form [DOC], [PDF] that you can use to help make sure you are in compliance with legal notification requirements. Ohio EPA has also developed a form for requesting permission to conduct open burning [DOC], [PDF] when permission is required by law. You will find more information below about open burning, your responsibilities, and helpful contact information if you need guidance or clarifications of what the requirements are in your area.

the fire beingso close to the house a burning a permit should have been seeked to see if it was safe.

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whgfeeling

Apr-30-13 2:30 AM

thinking...why don't use do what your name says? oh wait..you want everyone else to do it for you. lol.

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