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TBKY Commonwealth of Kentucky Second Amendment Victory in Richmond, Kentucky case.

Tuesday night, the Richmond City Commission held the second reading and final adoption of the amendment to ordinance 128.03. This brings the city into compliance with KRS 65.870. Last nights agenda can be seen here:

https://www.richmond.ky.us/…/8-28-18-agenda-Public-Copy…
All that is left to do on this issue is for the city to cut a check to pay for KC3’s attorney.
https://www.richmond.ky.us/…/08/8-28-18-agenda-Public-Copy.…

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2 Responses to “Take Back Kentucky 2nd Amendment Alert Victory in Richmond, Kentucky”

  1. Clint says:

    Tuesday night, the Richmond City Commission held the second reading and final adoption of the amendment to ordinance 128.03. This brings the city into compliance with KRS 65.870. Last nights agenda can be seen here:

    https://www.richmond.ky.us/…/8-28-18-agenda-Public-Copy…

    All that is left to do on this issue is for the city to cut a check to pay for KC3’s attorney.

  2. Clint says:

    Next Tuesday evening, August 28, the Richmond City Commission will hold the second reading and vote for final adoption of an amendment to City Ordinance 128.03. The amendment will remove the word “firearms” from the ordinance.The city has asked that KC3 withdraw the lawsuit that was filed in February. The first reading was done at the last commission meeting on August 14. As required by KRS 65.870, the City of Richmond will be responsible for all “attorney’s fees” expended on this lawsuit. Once those fees are paid, there will be no further dispute between KC3 and the City of Richmond. This is exactly the action that KC3 suggested to the City 18 months ago. Had the City done this when it was suggested, they would not have been required to spend anything on this dispute. The amended Ordinance 128.03 can be seen here:

    https://www.dropbox.com/…/RichmondOrdinance128.03.pdf.

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