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Pennsylvania: The Borough of Swarthmore to Consider “Lost or Stolen” Ordinance!

Friday, February 19, 2010

Please Stand Up and Make Your Voice Heard!

Mayor Richard Lowe, a member of New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s anti-gun coalition, “Mayors Against Illegal Guns”, has introduced an ordinance that would require gun-owners to report lost or stolen firearms within 72-hours or face a fine up to $1,000 and/or up to 90 days in jail. 

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.

This proposed ordinance will be heard on Monday, March 1 at 7:30 p.m. at the Swarthmore Borough Hall.  A potential vote could take place on Monday, March 8.  Please make plans to attend this hearing and show your support for the Second Amendment.

Also, please contact the Mayor and the members of the Borough Council TODAY and respectfully voice your opposition to this unwarranted, unjust and illegal proposal.  Contact information can be found below. 

Mayor:

Mayor Richard Lowe
215-979-1137
mayorricklowe@gmail.com  

Borough Council: 

Susan Smythe, President
610-637-0951 or 610-690-2063
ssmythe1@gmail.com

Ralph Jacobs, Vice President
610-544-8123                                                                                          
rjacobs19081@verizon.net 

Steven Goldfield
610-544-8274 or 610-565-5990                                                                                          
goldfield.steven@verizon.net    

David Grove
610-544-8283
dlgrove@gmail.com 

Philip Jefferson
610-690-6856
pjeffer1@swarthmore.edu 

Elisabeth Knapp
610-543-0493
knapparchitect@yahoo.com  

Melissa Lewicki
610-328-2147
mklewicki@gmail.com 

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