Shooting range draws fire, ire
PASTOR RANDY WELLS of Discovery Church on South Shingle Road, right, states his opposition to the proposed outdoor gun range near the Redhawk Casino at the Board of Supervisors meeting on Feb. 24. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene
Jackie Neau said she didn't mind the noise so much. She's more concerned with getting shot. Neau, a representative of the Friends of El Dorado Trail, shared her concerns with El Dorado County Supervisors Tuesday regarding a proposed outdoor shooting range on tribal land just off Shingle Springs Drive in Shingle Springs. She was one of more than 200 in attendance when the Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians presented its proposal to the board and the community.
At issue is the tribe's decision to move forward with a 29-lane shooting range on its land ... Continue Reading