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Short answer: no. No fires allowed on City beaches.Long answer:Sec. 90-40. - Open fires prohibited. It shall be unlawful for anyone to start, maintain, allow, or have an open fire on the beach. This section does not prohibit fires in self-contained, commercially available heating devices fueled by gas. Heating devices fueled by wood, charcoal, or similar materials shall be prohibited. No fires shall be permitted during sea turtle nesting season (May-October).
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Sky lanterns can also be known as kongming lanterns, wish lanterns, sky candles or fire balloons. Sky lanterns consist of a paper or fabric balloon that traps heated air produced by an open flame device, usually a candle. The open flame device often is connected to the balloon by a wire frame.Depending on wind direction and speed, these devices have the potential to travel over a mile from where they are released. A flaming lantern can drop onto a rooftop, field, trees or power lines before the flame is fully extinguished. A destructive fire can result when a flaming lantern reaches the ground, especially during dry conditions.
The use of sky lanterns is prohibited as follows: Florida Statute 791FSS 791.02 (1)- Except as hereinafter provided it is unlawful for any person, firm, co partnership, or corporation to offer for sale, expose for sale, sell at retail, or use or explode any fireworks.