Gloucester Board of Supervisors To Consider Gun Firing Ordinance

When the Gloucester Board of Supervisors meets next Tuesday it will consider an ordinance prohibiting the discharge of firearms near residential dwellings. According to the Gazette-Journal a resident contacted a board member about the frequent firing of high-caliber firearms in their neighborhood. County Attorney Ted Wilmot says the best way to regulate where guns can be fired would be to place a no-discharge zone in an area.