Philadelphians living in a multi-unit home or apartment who have a live Christmas tree may be violating a city ordinance. A nearly 30-year-old ordinance that's still on the books restricts live Christmas trees any place other than one-and-two family buildings. The ordinance is meant to prevent fires where there are a lot of people living. Those violating the ordinance could be fined up to 300 dollars.
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