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Most likely that is elm bark beetle
https://www.google.com/search?q=elm+bark+beetle&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjE2sr5qu7ZAhXHyoMKHeJPBowQ_AUICigB&biw=1361&bih=693&dpr=1.25

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Ash Borer begins to show up in Indianapolis, and suddenly they are interested. Where was the preservation effort in 2004 when we found it in the northern counties?

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ARTICLE 4. BURNING REGULATIONS
Rule 1. Open Burning
326 IAC 4-1-0.5 Definitions
Authority: IC 13-15-2-1; IC 13-17-3-4
Affected: IC 13-12; IC 13-17-9; IC 36-9-27-2
In case you really want to know.

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I did. That is were this information comes from.

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Property rights are discussed in this forum all the time. We all want to protect our rights. One person's right to burn becomes another person's restriction on another human beings rights. Smoke is a trespass issue, a health hazard and a nuisance. It endangers health of many people. If …

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RickVerde: Open burning on farmland is prohibited except in certain circumstances. Some agricultural burning is allowed for maintenance on farms, orchards,
nurseries, cemeteries and tree farms. This is generally for disease control purposes.

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Sometimes spelling check is not your friend. Genitally should be Initially above. [innocent]

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Elkhart had this property for 30 years and did not live up to the promises they made when they accepted it. Making it accessible, handicap accessibility, parking, a legal access, etc. They dumped sewage sludge feet deep on the property and were forced by IDEM to move it out. Genitally the…