Shooting range plan draws concerns from neighbors

Residents of a southeast Oklahoma City neighborhood say a shooting range on public land near their homes threatens the environment, is a bad financial deal and will be noisy.

BY WILLIAM CRUM Modified: February 15, 2013 at 11:52 pm •  Published: February 16, 2013
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Dave Martin wants his business to be a good neighbor.

It can be hard to catch a break, though, when gunfire is involved.

That’s why his shooting range drew complaints last year from neighbors near its present location and, now, is drawing complaints from neighbors near where the city wants him to move.

Carolyn Pimsler, who...

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