GRAND HAVEN TWP. — With recent weather conditions providing an increased chance of more wild fires, Grand Haven Township Fire Chief Steven Schrader is recommending residents pay attention to weather warnings and avoid burning in dry conditions.

“In the springtime, because there’s not a lot of moisture in the plants, they’re susceptible to higher fire danger ... and in dry times during the summer,” Schrader said.

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