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Posted: A license for what exactly? You might need a fire permit of some sort, in which case, talk with a fire martial. You might need a revenue license of some sort, in which case.. uhmm.. I forget who to talk with about that.. some collection of bureaucrats, there's a previous thread that has hints.. use the search option at the top.
Also, www.nafaa.org would be another good starting point. But, please, use the search option.
Definition of poi- A Hawaiian food made from the tuber of the taro that is cooked, pounded to a paste, and fermented.
Ahnold discussing poi - "It is naht a toober!"
i8beefy2GOLD Member addict 674 posts Location: Ohio, USA
Posted: Check with nafaa... you are technically supposed to have a license for fire...
You should review (ii) 33126.96.36.199 Flame effects exhibitor; (L) Section 3312 Flame effects permit
You need to have this from the fire department in the area you are performing.