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Wisconsin: Delafield Council to Discuss Future of Hartland Sportsmen’s Club

Monday, December 2, 2013

Contact members of the Common Council IMMEDIATELY!

Today, the Delafield Common Council will discuss the recommendation from the planning commission to deny the conditional use, site plan and architectural improvements for Hartland Sportsmen’s Club.

Please attend this important meeting and urge the Common Council to OPPOSE the recommendation from the planning commission and ALLOW Hartland Sportsmen’s Club to reopen.  In working to reopen the shooting range, the club submitted documentation of safety improvements and testimony from range experts to the planning commission.  For more information on this issue, please read Delafield council expected to take action Monday on gun ranges written by Josh Perttunen.

Meeting information:

Date: Today, December 2

Time: 7:00 pm

Location: City Hall Common Council Chamber

Address: 500 Genesee Street, Delafield, WI  53018

 

If you are unable to attend, please call AND e-mail members of the Common Council below urging them to ALLOW Hartland Sportsmen’s Club to reopen.

Ed McAleer, Mayor

(262) 367-5234
emcaleer@ci.delafield.wi.us

 

Jeff Krickhahn, District 1

(262) 510-5613
jkrickhahn@ci.delafield.wi.us

 

Jim Behrend, District 2

(262) 646-4599
jbehrend@ci.delafield.wi.us

 

Jackie Valde, District 3

(262) 646-8678
jvalde@ci.delafield.wi.us

 

Michele DeYoe, District 4

(262) 646-2907
mdeyoe@ci.delafield.wi.us

 

Gerald MacDougall, District 5

(262) 646-8774
gmacdougall@ci.delafield.wi.us

 

Lynn Morrison, District 6

(262) 646-2826
lmorrison@ci.delafield.wi.us

 

Tim Aicher, District 7

(414) 313-6004
taicher@ci.delafield.wi.us

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