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Westchester County, New York Considering Anti-Gun Legislation!

Friday, February 9, 2007

 

Next Meeting Monday, February 12!

 

County Executive Andy Spano has proposed changing the pistol license authority in Westchester County from elected county judges to the un-elected police commissioner.  Under this proposal, all pistol license holders would have to reapply for their licenses every five years and provide justification as to why they still need them. 

 

Your County Legislators need to hear from you today!

 

The next scheduled meeting of the Board of Legislators is Monday, February 12, at 10:00 a.m., in the Legislative Chambers, 8th floor of the Westchester County Office Building, 800 Michaelian Office Building, 148 Martine Avenue, White Plains. 

 

Please call your County Legislators and urge them to “OPPOSE” County Executive Spano’s anti-gun proposal.

 

A copy of the proposal is available at http://www.co.westchester.ny.us/currentnews/2007pr/statelegpackage.htm

 

Below is a list of your County Legislators and their contact information. 

 

George Oros (R-1), 914-995-6554;

Ursula LaMotte (R-2), 914-995-2807;

Suzanne Swanson (R-3), 914-995-2807;

Michael Kaplowitz (D-4), 914-995-2095;

William Ryan (D-5), 914-995-2808;

Martin Rogowsky (D-6), 914-995-2832; 

Judy Myers (D-7), 914-995-8620; 

Lois Bronz (D-8), 914-995-4429; 

William Burton (D-9), 914-995-8620; 

Vito Pinto (D-10), 914-995-2807; 

James Maisano (R-11), 914-995-6554; 

Thomas Abinanti (D-12), 914-995-6297; 

Clinton Young (D-13), 914-995-4456; 

Bernice Spreckman (R-14), 914-995-7721; 

Gordon Burrows (R-15), 914-995-6554; 

José Alvarado (D-17), 914-995-4070. 


 

To find further contact information or help identifying your legislators
please use the "Write Your Representative" feature found at www.NRAILA.org.

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