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- Oct 1, 2009
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- Memphis, TN
Texas doesn't have traditional zoning laws, as far as I know. You see it all the time around here - maybe not to this extreme, but there really aren't any kind of "zones" - maybe something like this will change the laws.My thoughts go out too all those affected. I have to ask though as I deal sometimes with zoning matters and permits and such. How did a neighborhood get built so close around an industrial site with such huge capacity for destruction, or vice versa as I don't know which was there first.
Interesting I didn't know that. Around hear you can't fart without a permit.Texas doesn't have traditional zoning laws, as far as I know. You see it all the time around here - maybe not to this extreme, but there really aren't any kind of "zones" - maybe something like this will change the laws.
Good advice, and something else to remember.... more of our country is protected by volunteer firefighters that paid departments. Support them whenever you can.for future reference, please do not hang out around an industrial plant caught on fire
in fact, you're best off just not being close to any type of building on fire. you have no idea what will happen next. even if it's not dangerous you may wind up in the way of emergency vehicles or something.
houses in the middle of Fairfax (a northern VA suburb) have blown up because they caught on fire and dude that owned the house was repacking his own ammo in the basement, which had loads of gun powder.
if you're not trained in the situation you just have to get away before you become part of the disaster