Dec 6th, 2017

State commission rejects Region community efforts to require carbon monoxide detectors

INDIANAPOLIS — A state commission is continuing to thwart efforts by Northwest Indiana communities to improve public safety by requiring carbon monoxide detectors be installed in residential properties.

The Indiana Fire Prevention and Building Safety Commission unanimously voted Tuesday to reject Michigan City's carbon monoxide detector ordinance, and agreed to postpone action on a more stringent ordinance recently approved by adjacent St. Joseph County.

>>> Click here for full story by Dan Carden from the Northwest Indiana Times