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Burn ban declared in Windsor Township

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Weather conditions in Windsor Township have created the potential for dangerous fires in the area.

Township manager Jennifer L. Gunnet declared a fire emergency, effective through 8 p.m. Saturday, April 14, and prohibited outdoor burning, according to a news release.

The declaration comes in accordance with township ordinance and at the recommendation of the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and National Resources Bureau of Forestry.

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No person is permitted to ignite, feed or allow an open fire on any private property under his or her control within the township, Gunnet states.

Forecasted low relative humidity and high winds create the potential for a dangerous fire to start in the area's woodlands and fields, and any outdoor fire under those conditions could put life and property at substantial risk.

Anyone who sees an outdoor fire in the township should immediately call 911 and report the location.