Clovis gun range faces forced closure
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- The owner of a Clovis gun range could find out Monday if his business will have to close.
People who live near the "firing line" say they're upset by the constant sounds of gunfire. About 30 of them took their complaints to the planning commission meeting last month.
Commissioners declined to make changes to the business's permit which gave the owner of "the firing line" more time to come up with ways to reduce sound levels.
The issue will go back before the Clovis City Council at Monday night's meeting.
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