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Pennsylvania: Mandatory Reporting of Lost or Stolen Firearms to be Introduced in Radnor Township on Monday!

Friday, February 5, 2010

Please Stand Up and Make Your Voice Heard!

Legislation that would require gun-owners to report lost or stolen firearms or face fines and possible imprisonment will be formally introduced at Monday’s meeting of the Radnor Township Board of Commissioners.  CeasefirePA has already presented testimony supporting such legislation before the Township Board.

This proposal not only violates Pennsylvania’s state preemption laws, but also potentially turns law-abiding gun owners -- who have already been victimized by theft -- into criminals.

The next meeting of the Radnor Township Board of Commissioners is scheduled for Monday, February 8 at 7:00 p.m.  It will be held at the Township Municipal Building located at 301 Iven Avenue in Wayne.  Please make plans to attend this hearing and show your support for the Second Amendment.

Also, please contact the members of the Radnor Township Board of Commissioners TODAY and respectfully voice your opposition to this unwarranted, unjust and illegal proposal.  Contact information can be found below. 

Commissioner Harry Mahoney - Ward 1
(215) 587-9400       
hmahoney@radnor.org

Commissioner Kevin Higgins - Ward 2        
(610) 688-7787       
khiggins@radnor.org

Commissioner William Spingler - Ward 3     
(610) 687-0839       
bspingler@radnor.org                   

Commissioner Elaine Schaefer - Ward 4
(610) 355-0611       
eschaefer@radnor.org        

Commissioner John Nagle - Ward 5 (President)
(610) 527-7218       
jnagle@radnor.org    

Commissioner Donald Curley - Ward 6 (Vice-President)
(610) 256-1287       
dcurley@radnor.org

Commissioner John Fisher - Ward 7          
(610) 519-0253       
jfisher@radnor.org

Township Manager William Martin
(610) 688-5600       
wmartin@radnor.org


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