Four Seasons POA Resolution, November 19, 2002; updated January 17, 2006 No fireworks, noxious offensive activities, or nuisances shall be permitted on any lot or common areas. (Article IV. Section G).
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|This report also stated, “During the scene examination, it was noted that a
large amount of spent firework debris was visible on the ground surrounding the
scene. The spent fireworks were also visible on the roofs of the covered docks
in front of and adjacent to the scene.”
The residence was empty after guests reportedly left about 4 p.m. July 4.
No one was injured in the fire.
On that Wednesday morning neighbors across the cove at the 36MM first noticed the fire, and at 6:03 a.m., they called for 911. A Sunrise Beach Fire boat arrived first on the scene to a fully-involved fire at 6:18 a.m. According to Sunrise Beach Fire Chief John Suellentrop, flames were shooting out the roof when firefighters arrived.
By 10 a.m., he said the bulk of the fire was out, but firefighters remained on the scene until 11:30 a.m., finishing off the flames and making sure the smoldering ashes did not reignite. A total of 12 firefighters responded with three engines, four tankers, one rescue and the fire boat.
The house was a total loss with an estimated value of $100,000.