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    State Sen. Shenna Bellows, D-Manchester, on Thursday testifies during a hearing on L.D. 1809, a measure that lawmakers say will make even more clear that they intended that state residents have the option to get free online burn permits from private, third party systems.

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    State Sen. Shenna Bellows, D-Manchester, on Thursday testifies during a hearing on L.D. 1809, a measure that lawmakers say will make even more clear that they intended that state residents have the option to get free online burn permits from private, third party systems.

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    State Sen. Thomas Saviello, R-Wilton, on Thursday introduces L.D. 1809, a measure that lawmakers say will make even more clear that they intended that residents have the option to get free online burn permits from private, third party systems.

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    Chief Forest Ranger William Hamilton on testifies Thursday during a hearing on L.D. 1809, a measure that lawmakers say will make even more clear that they intended that state residents have the option to get free online burn permits from private, third party systems.

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    Gary M. Hickey II, of Wardenreport.com and also fire chief of West Gardiner, testifies on Thursday during a hearing on L.D. 1809, a measure that lawmakers say will make even more clear that they intended that state residents have the option to get free online burn permits from private, third party systems.

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    Gary M. Hickey II, of Wardenreport.com and also fire chief of West Gardiner, testifies on Thursday during a hearing on L.D. 1809, a measure that lawmakers say will make even more clear that they intended that state residents have the option to get free online burn permits from private, third party systems.

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    Jeff Cammack, executive director of the Maine Fire Chiefs Association, on Thursday testifies during a hearing on L.D. 1809, a measure that lawmakers say will make even more clear that they intended that state residents have the option to get free online burn permits from private, third party systems.

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    State Sen. Thomas Saviello, R-Wilton, asks a question on Thursday during a hearing on L.D. 1809, a measure that lawmakers say will make even more clear that they intended that state residents have the option to get free online burn permits from private, third party systems.

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    State Sen. Shenna Bellows, D-Manchester, on Thursday testifies during a hearing on L.D. 1809, a measure that lawmakers say will make even more clear that they intended that state residents have the option to get free online burn permits from private, third party systems.

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    Gallery: Legislative hearing on burn permits - Staff photo by Joe Phelan | of | Share this photo

    Chief Forest Ranger William Hamilton on testifies Thursday during a hearing on L.D. 1809, a measure that lawmakers say will make even more clear that they intended that state residents have the option to get free online burn permits from private, third party systems.

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    Gallery: Legislative hearing on burn permits - Staff photo by Joe Phelan | of | Share this photo

    State Sen. Thomas Saviello, R-Wilton, on Thursday introduces L.D. 1809, a measure that lawmakers say will make even more clear that they intended that residents have the option to get free online burn permits from private, third party systems.

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