A Washington state nudist camp has filed a lawsuit to stop construction of a nearby public gun range.
From this story (via Outdoor Pressroom) in the Everett Herald:
A nudist recreation club is suing to stop a public gun range from being built along Sultan Basin Road, claiming that the state improperly agreed to transfer land for the range to Snohomish County. The state Board of Natural Resources in early December voted to reconvey 150 acres of forestland to Snohomish County for a future park. County officials said they wanted to use the site for a gun range and hoped to start initial planning this year. Lake Bronson Club and other neighbors in the rural area have opposed the county’s plan. They have concerns about noise and pollution. The club and one of its leaseholders, Dennis Potter, filed the suit Jan. 5 in King County Superior Court. “After discussion, the board of directors just felt it was in our best interest to do this,” the club’s secretary, Jodi Halfhill, said Monday. “We’re thinking it’s not a good idea to have a shooting range a mile away from a social camping club.”
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