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Fireworks Complaints In Whitefish

KALISPELL - Officials from the Whitefish Police Department are asking folks setting off fireworks to be respectful to others after receiving noise complaints around the community.

20 complaints have been received from residents about fireworks and loud noise from boaters on Whitefish Lake. Beginning July 2-4 from 11-10 PM residents are allowed to purchase fireworks and set them from their own property. Chief Dial urges people to be respectful of other residents who live in the area.

"A lot of our residents here are concerned about that and fireworks on boats, fire works, outboard motors and gasoline don't mix so we are just asking people to think to respect the other people who are around,"  Dial said.

Chief Dial encourages residents to contact the Whitefish Police Department to report any noise violations.

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