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Arkansas: Benton County Shooting Range Needs Your Support!

Friday, July 27, 2012

On June 6, the Benton County Planning Board denied by a 3-4 vote the Nighthawk Custom Training Academy’s  application to expand its shooting facilities.  Now, Nighthawk is appealing this denial and is looking for support from the shooting community!

There will be a public hearing before the Appeal Review Board on Monday, July 30, at 4:30 p.m.  This hearing will take place at the Benton County Courthouse Division 1, located at 102 N.E. “A” Street, Bentonville, AR.   Directions can be found here.

Please make plans to attend this hearing, and show your support for this shooting range!

The Nighthawk Custom Training Academy is a great resource for educational shooting opportunities, competitions, and gun enthusiasts throughout the community. 

For more information regarding this issue, please visit here.  You can also find the minutes from the June 6 Planning Board meeting, when the application was denied, by visiting here.

If you cannot attend this hearing in person, please voice your support for the Nighthawk Custom Training Academy by contacting the members of the Benton County Appeal Review Board listed below.



Justices of the Peace:

District 12
Honorable Patrick Carr  
carrs@cox.net

District 7
Honorable Joel Jones
JPJoelJones@gmail.com

District 13
Honorable Kurt S Moore
kurtsm@centurytel.net

Benton County Judge:
Honorable Robert Clinard
RClinard@co.benton.ar.us

Director of Benton County Planning Department:
Christopher Ryan
CRyan@co.benton.ar.us

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