White Sulphur Springs City Council Discusses 100-Acre Shooting Range Open to The Public

By Bobby Bordelon

With Councilmember Kathy Glover sitting in for Mayor Bruce Bowling, White Sulphur Springs City Council met on Monday, January 14, to discuss a possible gun range in town and consider granting money to the Mountain Transit Authority.

Ryan Ellis, owner of Mountaineer Guns, approached City Council to propose a land lease. The approximate 100-acre lot near the water plant in the city is mostly unused, according to Ellis, with a section containing the site of a small gun range for the city's police department.

Read more in the Tuesday, January 15, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.


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