Macon-Bibb commissioners holding public hearings for rifle ordinance

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MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – Those opposed to changing Macon-Bibb’s rifle ordinance expressed their concerns during Tuesday’s committee meetings.

Commissioners approved to table the agenda item to hold a series of public hearings.

The change in the ordinance would prohibit shooting rifles within 250 feet of a residence.

Mayor Robert Reichert says meetings can be held as early as next week.


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