LYNNWOOD — A former Lynnwood city councilman has announced a campaign to reverse the city’s recently approved fireworks ban, which is not set to go into effect until next year.
Fireworks remain legal in Lynnwood this year, but may only be used on July 4 from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m.
A new group, Lynnwood Citizens for Fireworks and Freedom, says the ban overrides the community’s voice.
The group is starting a petition drive and is seeking signatures, former councilman Ted Hikel said Monday. The group would like to see a non-binding advisory vote on the matter on the ballot.
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