Sunday, February 22, 2015
New Jersey dispute repeats familiar pattern of pushing out gun ranges
I speak from personal experience recalling a local range that was closed in Ohio after a development was built nearby, even though everyone -- the developers, the realtors, the lending institutions and the home purchasers -- knew it was there and sold and bought property with that knowledge and with all required disclosures. And I've noted the same thing happening elsewhere. The home owners would no doubt squawk like hell should the same government they’re turning to now decide that their property would be more valuable as a township revenue generator, as happened in the notorious Kelo decision.