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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - William Bulifant
The head of Dominion Fireworks will oversee 68 workers putting on nearly 20 shows across the area on Thursday — with more powerful explosives, more illustrative displays and more sophisticated triggers than he had back in the day.
"It used to be very seasonal, between Memorial Day and Labor Day," Mr. Bulifant said. "Now it goes all the time."
"We used to do 12 inches," Mr. Bulifant says wistfully, explaining that regulations for the larger fireworks have gotten much stricter.