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Thread: Russ Forest County Park. No Firerams Sign

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    My original account got lost some how, so I'll be posting under this one for now. Formerly of the handle "BreakingTheMold" So welcomes are not needed

    The Park I believe is run by the county. So who should i contact to get them removed, or at least reworded "no hunting"? Or something along those lines.

    I have photos of the signs on my low megapixel camera phone, but am unable to upload them at this time.

    Am I correct in my assumption that This county park does not have the ability to make the possession of firearms illegal under MI state preemption?


    Bit of info on the park form the cass county website.


    http://www.casscountymi.org/CountyPa...orestPark.aspx


    Thanks in advance to any help, whether it be advice, or posting one of those great pre-prepared letters.


    -Frank B, AKA BreakingTheMold, AKA Mike from Berrien County


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    FrankB wrote:
    My original account got lost some how, so I'll be posting under this one for now. Formerly of the handle "BreakingTheMold" So welcomes are not needed

    The Park I believe is run by the county. So who should i contact to get them removed, or at least reworded "no hunting"? Or something along those lines.

    I have photos of the signs on my low megapixel camera phone, but am unable to upload them at this time.

    Am I correct in my assumption that This county park does not have the ability to make the possession of firearms illegal under MI state preemption?


    Bit of info on the park form the cass county website.


    http://www.casscountymi.org/CountyPa...orestPark.aspx


    Thanks in advance to any help, whether it be advice, or posting one of those great pre-prepared letters.


    -Frank B, AKA BreakingTheMold, AKA Mike from Berrien County


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    Contact the municipality that has control over the park and tell them preemption makes their ordinance illegal.


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    And if they don't toe the line I see a great location for a picnic!! :celebrate

    That is right along one of my motorcycle loops!
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