HOA wants neighboring gun range to pack its bags

01/21/2014 | State Journal (Charleston, W.Va.), The

A homeowners association in Wood County, W.Va., is battling a neighboring gun range in court after more than two years of residents filing complaints about errant bullets. The Wildwood Homeowners Association says the gun range is a safety hazard, with many spent bullets being found close to people and propane tanks. A cease-and-desist order against the gun range by the county expired last week, but the range owner said he has taken safety precautions to prevent bullets from going astray.

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