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Lawmakers back motion protecting gun privacy

April 25, 2013

MAYVILLE — Despite five votes to the contrary, the County Legislature is collectively in favor of a motion to protect the privacy of pistol license and concealed carry permit holders....

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Christopher

Apr-25-13 5:05 AM

Good vote all the way around.

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HVANCDY

Apr-25-13 6:05 AM

Gun Buy back is on for May in Buffalo - It's your right !

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GeorgeB67

Apr-25-13 6:54 AM

For the record, there was no vote to increase the sales tax. The resolution simply asks that we maintain the current sales tax rate. We are required to ask the state's permission to keep the sales tax rate the same. Passing the resolution does NOT increase the sales tax rate.

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whoseits

Apr-25-13 7:08 AM

GREAT VOTE THANK YOU

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joew

Apr-25-13 7:59 AM

HVANCDY-May 4th and the gun show in Hamburg both the 4th and 5th. Get rid of that BB gun and get yourself a real piece!

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Steiner

Apr-25-13 8:19 AM

gun privacy should be like the right to privacy for abortions or same sex stuff the libs love. How the libs just love demonizing the gun owner.

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dabegr

Apr-25-13 9:23 AM

It appears if GEORGEB67 is correct, neither the writer or Legislator Cornell know what was voted on.

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FredoniaFred

Apr-25-13 1:13 PM

If the sales tax measure to keep the tax at 7.5% had failed and the sales tax dropped to 7%, the county would be forced to increase property taxes nearly $1.00 per $1K assessment to make up the difference. Cornell knows what she is doing, her constituents are mostly renters, many on welfare.

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Mason1

Apr-25-13 6:14 PM

I can't believe Bill Coughlin. If he is using the 1st amendment of the right of the press to access these records then why does Mr. Coughlin hide behind the "Executive Session" rule when they want to avoid the press. Seems like he can pick and choose his 1st amendment rule when it favors him.

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