The Oregonian reported that the council approved a first reading of the ordinance June 11 and has scheduled a public hearing and second reading for Monday.
The proposed restrictions were based on safety concerns of emergency responders and residents. Fireworks can be legally used from July 1 to the Fourth of July.
The proposal would still permit hand-held sparkling devices, cones, fountains, sparklers, ground spinners, snakes and smoke devices.
If the ordinance passes, it would take effect next year.
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