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Citra Residents Fired Up Over Proposed Firing Range

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Some Marion County residents are up in arms over what could be their new neighbor. A company is applying for a special use permit to open a commercial gun range near Black Sink Prairie in Citra. The Marion County zoning board was scheduled to meet Monday night (April 26th) to go over the proposal. And as Vic Micolucci explains, some residents don’t want the county to give the firing range a shot.

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