According to Kyle Holsinger, senior firefighter for the Boulder County Sheriff, no one is allowed to burn trash, telephone poles, pallets, railroad ties, or other treated wood (even if they have a permit). Office of Fire Prevention Management.
Holsinger, who issues and denies permits for unincorporated Boulder County, certifies that no one is located The Twelve Tribes Estate on Eldorado Springs . Road had a burning permit and no one had applied for a permit on that property since at least 2013.
“I didn’t find any evidence that they applied or received one,” he said.
The property has been part of an investigation for several days as authorities try to find the source and cause of the theft. The devastating Marshall Fire destroyed more than a thousand homes.
Several people captured video of the fire breaking out at the property before the Marshall Fire erupted out of control in strong winds.
Third, the sheriff’s office announced that authorities had completed a search of the property. But they still haven’t released any details about the cause or origin of the fire.
Rachel Fisher, a woman who used to live on the property, said: ‘We left it in the hands of the sheriff and spoke to Problem Solvers on the phone. Fisher said she doesn’t believe anyone burned anything on the property the day the Marshall Fire broke out.
However, a BCSO report previously showed that her husband, Joe Fisher, would alert authorities when people on the property planned a controlled fire.
“Sometimes we have to burn certain things, and sometimes we do cooking, and bonfires, and I know he will call them for it, and they will come and tell us it. fine,” she said.
According to the Mountain View Fire Rescue report from Christmas Eve, a fire brigade visits the property after receiving a call about a fire. Someone on the inn said he was burning railway tethers that day, but there was a source of water and other tools nearby, so the fire team left.
Holsinger said train tethers are not allowed to burn whether someone has a permit or not.
However, campfires are allowed on private property without a permit.
https://kdvr.com/news/problem-solvers/marshall-fire-cause-not-public-burning-not-allowed/ The cause of the Marshall Fire has yet to be made public; Trash cans, railway poles burning are not allowed