Lebanon Reporter

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July 9, 2013

LPD seeks to open own firing range

Lebanon — Lebanon police want to do firearms training and qualification on a range of their own, but they need permission from the Boone County Area Plan Commission first.

Space is available — at the city’s long-abandoned landfill about four miles north of downtown Lebanon on U.S. 52.

To build the range there, however, the city must be granted a special exception from zoning regulations by the APC.

Officers now use the Boone County Sheriff’s Office range, south of the Boone County Jail, 1905 Lafayette Avenue.

For more of the story, see Tuesday's Lebanon Reporter.

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