Regulatory Changes Proposed After Deadly Osage Beach Condo Fire (MO)

Fire officials are considering regulatory changes after four children died in an August condominium fire in Osage Beach.  According to our CBS affiliate, KRCG, the Osage Beach Fire Protection District is planning a public hearing this month on the proposed changes to regulations for fire prevention. The hearing is scheduled for Monday, February 29th at 7pm in the School of the Osage High School auditorium.   Read the article……….


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