Shooting Banned in Shenandoah Farms Subdivision
Gunfire is now prohibited in Shenandoah Farms. The Board of Supervisors, at its regular Tuesday meeting, unanimously approved a shooting ban in the Warren County subdivision. The ban was requested by the subdivision’s property owners association due to concerns of guns being fired in the vicinity of houses. Six subdivision residents spoke in favor of the ban during a public hearing, while no one with opposing sentiments spoke. Residents said they have had issues stemming from people having shooting ranges in their backyard.
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