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California: City of Simi Valley to Consider The Future of Gun Shows at the Monday, April 8 Meeting

Sunday, April 7, 2019

California: City of Simi Valley to Consider The Future of Gun Shows at the Monday, April 8 Meeting

The City of Simi Valley plans to have discussions on possible action regarding the Ventura County Board of Supervisors request that the City act in opposition to any contracts for future gun shows at the Ventura County Fairgrounds.  The fight for keeping gun shows across the state has intensified as gun control activists organize and lobby local communities to stop gun shows.  Recently, the Ventura County Board of Supervisors sent a letter to Simi Valley requesting that they take formal action to request that the Ventura Fairgrounds stop allowing gun shows.  So far these tactics have not worked because the pro-2A community has showed up and spoken out at all of the Ventura County Fair Board meetings. 

We need your help, please use the TAKE ACTION button below to contact the Simi Valley Council Members!  If you live in Simi Valley, please consider attending and speaking at the City Council Meeting on Monday, April 8, 2019 at 6:30pm2929 Tapo Canyon Road, Simi Valley, CA, 93063. The discussion will be number 8A on the agenda.  

 

If you are not in Simi Valley, but would like to help please send your comments to the City Council at the follow addresses: 

City Clerk- Clerk@simivalley.org

Mayor Keith L. Mashburn-kmashburn@simivalley.org

Mayor Pro Tem Dee Dee Cavanaugh-dcavanaugh@simialley.org

Council Member Mike Judge-mjudge@simivalley.org

Council Member Ruth Luevanos-rluevanos@simivalley.org

Council Member Elaine P. Litster-elitster@simivalley.org

 

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