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Get caught without burn permit, pay $277
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If you get caught burning outside without a permit, more than your brush pile could go up in flames. You could also see your cash disappear.The penalty in Warren County for burning without a permit is $277.50 with court costs.Burn permits are now required in Tennessee. The permits are free and required by state law until May 16.The permits issued by the Tennessee Department of Agriculture, Division of Forestry are for the sole purpose of burning untreated wood waste or woody vegetation grown on-site such as branches, leaves and brush.Permits for burning areas larger than 8 feet by 8 feet must be secured by telephone.