BREAKING: LaPorte County, Indiana proposing 1,000′ ban on private property shooting

BREAKING!!!! Attention: LaPorte County Indiana Gun Owners, the County Commissioners are considering an agenda item THIS WEDNESDAY 4-19-17 at 6pm sharp.

The anniversary of Lexington and Concord of all days!!!

The new ordinance would ban the discharge of a firearm within 1,000 feet of a residence. This would effectively ban shooting on private property for virtually every resident in the county.

The meeting is THIS Wednesday 4-19-17 at 6pm, public comment is at the beginning of the meeting so please be punctual. Public comment is 2 minutes per person on agenda items.

The meeting is held in the county complex on the first floor by the sheriffs office.

Please spread the word and show up!  Contact information for the Commissioners is below


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“Consider Ordinance 2017-4B Prohibiting the Discharge of a Firearm Within 1,000 Feet of a Residential Dwelling Within the Unincorporated Areas of La Porte County.”

The source document for this can be found here:
http://www.laportecounty.org/…/Agendas/20170419Agenda.pdf

I STRONGLY encourage you all to either attend this meeting to voice your objections to this proposal or to contact the County Commissioners personally. The County Commissioners can be reached here:

Richard Mrozinski (R), Commissioner Since 2017, President
555 Michigan Avenue, Suite 202
LaPorte, IN 46350
Phone (LP): 219-326-6808 Ext. 2229
Phone (MC): 219-874-5611 Ext. 2229
rmrozinski@laportecounty.org

Mike Gonder (R), Commissioner Since 2016, Vice President
555 Michigan Avenue, Suite 202
LaPorte, IN 46350
Phone (LP): 219-326-6808 Ext. 2229
Phone (MC): 219-874-5611 Ext. 2229
mgonder@laportecounty.org

Vidya Kora (D), Commissioner Since 2013, Member
555 Michigan Avenue, Suite 202
LaPorte, IN 46350
Phone (LP): 219-326-6808 Ext. 2229
Phone (MC): 219-874-5611 Ext. 2229
vkora@laportecounty.org

UPDATED 4-18-19:

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