Thread: Sumpter township cpl ordinance
A friend at work just told me he read in the local newsletter that sumpter township posted than residents who move to the township that had CPLs issued elsewhere must take their cpl in to have it copied and registered locally, anyone ever heard of this? I am gonna have him try and get me the paper he read it in. There is no state law that requires this is there? If not preemption would apply if I am not mistaken.
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This is false.
I talked to the township Clerk and Sgt. Luke at the Township PD, and both of them dispelled the rumor. However, if there is such a paper with such information in its contents, the Sgt. would like to see it.
Awesome, ill see what I can find, hopefully he still has the article. Ive known the guy 15 years and he is very capable of very seriously misunderstanding something he read so I sent him a text asking him to locate the paper for me. If he cant ill try to find out what paper and when abouts he read it and see if I cant get a copy elsewhere if he doesnt have one.
Last edited by choover; 08-02-2011 at 09:08 AM.
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