Letters to the Editor

June 20, 2014 4:52 PM

Burning schedule is inconvenient

To the people who came up with the schedule for the Town of Hilton Head Island's dates to burn yard debris, July 4 and 5: really? It's bad enough that there are no make-up dates for rain or high-wind cancellations, but to do it on July 4?

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