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Washington: Pierce County Council Hearing to Protect Shooting Ranges Tomorrow

Monday, August 12, 2013

Tomorrow, the Pierce County Council is scheduled to have its final hearing on Proposal 2013-35.  This important ordinance would protect shooting ranges in Pierce County.

Proposal 2013-35 will help continue the availability of low-cost firearms training to local law enforcement agencies, as well as shooters and sportsmen.  Protecting shooting ranges also allows for continued firearms safety training and recreational shooting for the general public.

Please attend this hearing that starts at 6:00 pm tomorrow at the Orting Lions Club located at 19725 Orville Road East in Orting.

If you are unable to attend this hearing, please contact members of the Pierce County Council and urge them to SUPPORT Proposal 2013-35.   Proposals like 2013-35 are needed to help strengthen and protect the Second Amendment and Washington’s hunting heritage.  Council contact information is provided below:

 

Pierce County Council:

 

District 1

Dan Roach

(253) 798-3635

 

District 2

Joyce McDonald – Council Chairman

(253) 798-6694

 

District 3

Jim McCune

(253) 798-6626

 

District 4

Connie Ladenburg

(253) 798-7590

 

District 5

Rick Talbert

(253) 798-6653

 

District 6

Douglas Richardson

(253) 798-3308

 

District 7

Stan Flemming

(253) 798-6654

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