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Kentucky: Discharge Ban Proposed in Oldham County!

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Please Attend the Tuesday, March 4 Hearing or Contact Your Local Magistrate!

A public hearing for a proposed firearm discharge ordinance in Oldham County is scheduled to be considered on Tuesday, March 4 at 2:00 p.m. in the Fiscal Courtroom located on the second floor of the Fiscal Court Building at 100 West Jefferson Street in LaGrange.  

Simply put, KOC 08-330-770 would prohibit a person from discharging a firearm in Oldham County within 300 feet of an occupied building or one that is suitable for occupation, even where it is perfectly safe to do so.  

Please make plans to attend this important hearing.  If you are unable to attend, please contact Judge-Executive Duane Murner and your local Magistrate today and respectfully urge him or her to not place arbitrary boundaries on our Second Amendment freedoms.

Duane Murner (Judge-Executive)
502-222-9357
dmurner@oldhamcounty.net

Steve Church (District 1)
502-228-8178
stevecocd1@yahoo.com

David Voegele (District 2)
502-243-4044
davidvoegele@aol.com

Robert Leslie (District 3)
502-225-4441
rleslie@oldhamcounty.net

Steve Greenwell Sr. (District 4)
502-222-7912
springhillsteve@bellsouth.net

Iva Davis (District 5)
502-241-9309
ivadavis@bellsouth.net

Scott Davis (District 6)
502-742-0700
mail@scottmdavis.net

Rick Rash (District 7)
502-241-5611
rickrash@netscape.net

Robert Deibel Jr. (District 8)
502-241-4992
deibelghses@bellsouth.net

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