.

After 33 Comment, Skokie Board Passes Assault Weapons Ban

The board listened for well over an hour as citizens, many from outside Skokie, gave their views.

People line up at the podium as soon as Skokie Mayor George Van Dusen invited them to make comments.
People line up at the podium as soon as Skokie Mayor George Van Dusen invited them to make comments.

Written by Pam DeFiglio


When Skokie Mayor George Van Dusen opened up the floor of Monday's village board meeting to comments on the village's proposed assault weapons ban, many people got up to form a line at the podium.

More than an hour passed as 33 people, including several from outside Skokie, spoke. Most said the village would be infringing on the rights of law-abiding gun owners if it passed the ban; however some urged the board to pass the ban. After discussion, the trustees voted unanimously to pass it.

Earlier: Skokieans speak passionately on both sides of gun issue at June 17 meeting

The ban includes two parts. The first bans certain types of semi-automatic rifles and shotguns, as specified below in the full text of the ordinance, or at this link, about 55 percent of the way down.  The second part requires safe storage of guns, and specified ways that can be done.

The ordinance had to be voted on now in order to legally fit into a short window of time set by the state, Michael Lorge, the village attorney, explained.

The Illinois legislature passed a bill May 31 permitting concealed carry of guns, at the behest of a federal appeals court. Gov. Pat Quinn has yet to sign the bill, and if and when he does, that will open a 10-day window in which municipalities can enact gun-related legislation, as long as it doesn't violate concealed carry, according to the State Journal Register. 

Get Skokie news in a free daily email from Patch.com

During the public comment period before the Skokie board vote Monday,  Mike Weisman of DuPage County, who identified himself as the second vice president of the Illinois State Rifle Association,  said, "This would ban the most popular civiliarn firearm sold in the past five years."
 
When Mark Rubert of Skokie took the podium, he said, "Criminals will not obey the law. Gun laws only affect honest citizens."
    
Tony Kuhry of Skokie requested the board grandfather in the guns of those who currently own them in Skokie.

A man who said he was from Melbourne Beach, Fla., said he went through rigorous amounts of training to get his concealed carry permit in that state.

Denyse Wang Stoneback told the board that assault weapons are made for war; not hunting or self-defense, and some can shoot 50 or 60 rounds in a minute. 

The Aurora, Colo. shooter killed 12 and wounded 58, and the toll would have been higher had his weapon not jammed, she said. Such weapons are being used for enjoyment and entertainment, she added.

"I’m asking you to consider, if a person's right to enjoyment or entertainment in shooting an AR-15, does that trump another person's right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness," she asked.

Nancy Gurny of Skokie said she had recently read a study in the May 2013 issue of Scientific American that a gun is more likely to be used in a homicide, suicide or accident than in self-defense. 

"My concern is more for the safety of children than assault gun owners," she said.

Ellen Chiocca of Evanston said she was a pediatric nurse and had seen some horrible effects of what guns can do to children. She said she had grown used to the cries of mothers, but is still spooked by the howling of fathers screaming because of what happened to a child who found and played with a gun that was not locked up.
  
The full text of the ordinance is below.
 
Full Text of Ordinance
Ordinance, Code Amendment, Chapter 70, Assault WeaponsTHIS ORDINANCE MAY BE CITED AS VILLAGE ORDINANCE NUMBER 13-7-C- AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 70, ARTICLE V, DIVISION 2 OF THE SKOKIE VILLAGE CODE BY ADDING SECTIONS 70-188 THROUGH 70-191 PERTAINING TO ASSAULT WEAPONS 1 WHEREAS, the State of Illinois House Bill 183 (hereinafter “HB183”), which the Illinois legislature passed on May 31, 2013, states that gun regulation is the exclusive power and function of the State of Illinois and preempts home rule municipalities from enacting local gun regulations, ostensibly to establish uniformity of gun regulation throughout the State of Illinois; and WHEREAS, HB183 makes one exception to the preemption of home rule concerning gun regulation, exclusively in regard to assault weapons but fails to provide a definition of assault weapons for the State of Illinois; and WHEREAS, HB183 provides a single home rule right for municipalities to regulate the 10 possession and ownership of assault weapons requiring that the home rule municipality enact it, on, before or within 10 days after the effective date of HB183 or be foreclosed from ever taking such action; and WHEREAS, the Village of Skokie is a home rule municipality pursuant to the Illinois Constitution and as such, is granted the authority to exercise any power and perform any function pertaining to its government and affairs; and WHEREAS, HB183 is currently pending action by the Governor of the State of Illinois which could occur at any time and possibly at a time that would leave more than 10 days to the next Village of Skokie Board Meeting; and WHEREAS, Cook County, the City of Chicago and many nearby municipalities have adopted or are considering assault weapon ordinances, which define assault weapons and ban possession and ownership of assault weapons, as a result of HB 183; and WHEREAS, assault weapon regulation is an emotional issue for many residents on both sides of the issue, as a result of personal experiences, ideological concerns and horrific national events and the Mayor and Board of Trustees listened extensively to their concerns and opinions; and WHEREAS, assault weapons are inherently more lethal than other weapons by their design, including the capability of a rapid rate of fire and application, including capability to fire large number of rounds of ammunition and law enforcement associations recommend regulation of certain assault weapons to restrict access to significant firepower by criminals and individuals at risk of doing harm to themselves or others; and age 2 of 5DOCS #432727v1, Ordinance, Code Amendment, Chapter 70, Assault Weapons WHEREAS, the size of an assault weapon magazine can affect law enforcement's  ability to deal with an individual who is using an assault weapon for a killing rampage or other criminal activity and provide opportunities for law enforcement to intercede in such violence when the perpetrator has to switch magazines; and WHEREAS, legislation concerning gun regulation, including assault weapons and the  definition of an assault weapon should be established at the State government or Federal  government level and that the failure of State and Federal governmental bodies to do so is an  abdication of their responsibility; and  WHEREAS, it would be imprudent to fail to enact any ordinance because of the fluid and evolving law concerning assault weapons at the State and Federal level and because of the unknown consequences and unintended collateral impact of being foreclosed from ever establishing such regulation; and WHEREAS, it is prudent to enact a limited or narrow ordinance to satisfy the  constricted time constraints of HB183, with the expectation that it could be amended or repealed at a future date, if deemed to be appropriate; and WHEREAS, it would be beneficial for the safety of residents of the Village of Skokie, and aid law enforcement officials of the Village of Skokie, if a certain category of assault weapons, when not in use, were subject to safe storage and security regulations to protect against accidental, unauthorized or illegal use and that such regulation would be supported by thoughtful individuals on either side of the assault weapon issue; and WHEREAS, the Mayor and Board of Trustees reviewed Corporation Counsel's memorandum concerning HB183 at its June 17, 2013 Village Board Meeting and heard comments from 16 individuals, who both supported and opposed assault weapon ordinances; and WHEREAS, Chapter 70, Article V, Division 2 of the Skokie Village Code provides for offenses affecting public safety with regard to firearms; and WHEREAS, in order to implement regulations regarding assault weapons pursuant to the reasons outlined above, the Corporation Counsel recommended to the Mayor and Board of Trustees that Chapter 70, Article V, Division 2, be amended to add Sections 70-188 through Section 70-191 to the Skokie Village Code; and WHEREAS, the Mayor and Board of Trustees at a public meeting duly held on July 1, 2013, concurred in the recommendation of the Corporation Counsel; and  NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED, by the Mayor and Board of Trustees of the  Village of Skokie, Cook County, Illinois; Section 1: Chapter 70, Article V, Division 2 of the Skokie Village Code be and the  same is hereby amended in the manner hereinafter indicated. The new material is highlighted in bold. Section 70-188 Definitions. age 3 of 5DOCS #432727v1, Ordinance, Code Amendment, Chapter 70, Assault Weapons The following terms as they appear in this Article, shall have the meaning ascribed below:  (a) Assault Weapon Category 1 shall mean and include the following  firearms and parts:  1. Semi-automatic action, rifles with a detachable or fixed magazine  with a capacity of fifteen (15) or more rounds.  2. Semi-automatic shotguns with a folding stock or a magazine  capacity of more than six (6) rounds. 3. Firearms which have been modified to be operable as an assault  weapon as defined above.  4. Parts designed to modify a firearm so it can operate as an assault  weapon as defined above, including a detachable magazine with  a capacity of fifteen (15) or more rounds.  (b) Assault Weapon Category 2 shall mean and include the following 16 firearms and parts: 1. Semi-automatic action rifles with any detachable or fixed magazine or shroud around the barrel or grip that can be held by the non-trigger hand. 2. Semi-automatic shotguns with a folding stock or a detachable or fixed magazine or shroud around the barrel or grip that can be held by the non-trigger hand.  3. Semi-automatic pistols with any detachable or fixed magazine or capable of attaching a magazine other than in the pistol grip. 4. Firearms which have been modified to be operable as an assault weapon as defined above. 5. Parts designed to modify a firearm so it can operate as an assault weapon as defined above, including a detachable magazine with a capacity of fifteen (15) or more rounds. (c) Magazine shall mean and include any container such as a box, clip or drum which attaches to, holds and feeds ammunition into a semi-33 automatic rifle.  (d) Rifle shall mean and include a firearm designed, made or retrofitted (1)  to be fired from the shoulder or hip; and (2) uses the energy of the explosive in a fixed cartridge to fire only a single projectile through a  rifled bore for each single pull of the trigger and shall include any such weapon which may be readily assembled, altered or restored to fire a fixed cartridge. age 4 of 5DOCS #432727v1, Ordinance, Code Amendment, Chapter 70, Assault Weapons1 (e) Semi-automatic shall mean and include a firearm which fires a single 2 projectile for each single pull of the trigger which automatically inserts 3 the next round for firing into the firearm chamber using a magazine. 4 5 (f) Shotgun shall mean and include a firearm designed, made or retrofitted 6 (1) to be fired from the shoulder or hip; and (2) uses the energy of the 7 explosive in a fixed shotgun shell to fire a number of projectiles or a 8 single projectile for each pull of the trigger and shall include any such 9 weapon which may be readily assembled, altered or restored to fire a 10 fixed shotgun shell. 11 12 Section 70-189 Unlawful Possession of Assault Weapons. 13 14 (a) It shall be unlawful to own or possess within the Village of Skokie a weapon 15 or weapon part defined by Section 70-188(a). 16 17 (b) It shall be unlawful to own or possess within the Village of Skokie a 18 magazine defined by Section 70-188(a) which can hold or may be modified to hold 19 fifteen (15) or more rounds. 20 21 Section 70-190 Safe Storage of Allowed Assault Weapons. 22 23 It shall be unlawful to store, transport or keep any firearm defined by Section 24 70-188(b) in the Village of Skokie, unless such firearm is secured in a locked 25 container or safe, or equipped with a tamper-resistant mechanical lock, trigger lock, 26 gun lock or other mechanical or electronic safety device, engaged so as to keep the 27 firearm inoperable when not in actual use. 28 29 Section 70-191 Exceptions. 30 31 The provisions of Sections 70-189 through 70-190 do not apply to (i) any law 32 enforcement officer, agent or employee of any municipality of the State of Illinois (ii) 33 any law enforcement officer, agent or employee of the State of Illinois, of the United 34 States or of any other state (iii) any active member of the military or other service of 35 any state or the United States, including national guard and reserves, if the person 36 described is on duty and is authorized by a competent authority to so carry an 37 assault weapon loaded on a public way and such person is acting within the scope of 38 his duties or training.39 40 Section 2: Should any existing section of the Skokie Village Code be in conflict 41 with any provision of this Ordinance, the aforementioned section is hereby repealed upon 42 the effective date of this Ordinance after its adoption. 43 44 Section 3: Should any part of the provisions, language or definitions of this 45 Ordinance be ruled unenforceable or unconstitutional or otherwise made invalid, the 46 remaining provisions, language and definitions shall remain in full force and effect. 47 48 Section 4: This Ordinance shall be in full force upon and after its passage, 49 approval and publication in pamphlet form as provided by law. age 5 of 5DOCS #432727v1, Ordinance, Code Amendment, Chapter 70, Assault Weapons1 Section 5: The effective date of this Ordinance shall be simultaneous with the 2 enactment of House Bill 183 into law for the State of Illinois.

"G" July 02, 2013 at 04:54 AM
Of the 33 people that commented to the village board last night, I counted 6 individuals that were "for" the proposed ban and 27 individuals were "against" the proposed ordinance. That's 81% against the proposed ban, yet the board voted unanimously for the approval of the ordinance. To me this event seemed like "Eye Wash" with a pre-determined "unanimous" vote. You, make your own call.
Conceal Carry July 02, 2013 at 08:17 AM
This was nothing but a Dog and Pony show. The board wasnt there to listen to anyone against the ban,it was more like "are we through yet" ban approved. This board was not informed at all on the issue, it was obvious by their comments especially the one " you will have to dismantle the auto part of the Gun." What? There was no back and forth discussion, "just say what you have to say" "we are not answering questions" But what are the penalties for not complying? Its not written in the ordinance... Just A dumb founded look from the board. An absolutely clueless board voting on my rights? what a Joke. and to the editor, 27 others made comments and stated CDC, FBI and other data supporting guns, yet the only stats you post as well as the only stats the board aknowledge were the anti gun ones. Today Skokie has made a new class of criminal and Im proud to be one. Molon Labe!
John Lyrla July 02, 2013 at 09:21 AM
What else would you expect from Liberal Democrats???????
Matt Smith July 02, 2013 at 10:22 AM
what would I expect from liberal Democrats would be the same that I feel: the 2nd Amendment is the most misinterpreted Amendment in our constitution. The 2nd Amendment was created for the establishment of national and local militias, not for your misguided demand for military weapons. A complete ban on handguns, automatic and semi-automatic weapons, and high volume magazines is what a liberal Democrat would want. This Board is working within the law. I'd make sure you actually KNEW the politics of the Board. I don't believe all of them vote Democrat.
Troy July 02, 2013 at 10:34 AM
Skokie has an ignorant board, who like so many other elected officials, are more concerned with being politically correct than using sound judgement. This law will accomplish NOTHING other than to alienate decent, law abiding citizens and taxpayers.
Conceal Carry July 02, 2013 at 11:19 AM
Matt, WE are the Militia. Amendment II A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed. ARTICLE XII MILITIA SECTION 1. MEMBERSHIP The State militia consists of all able-bodied persons residing in the State except those exempted by law. (Source: Illinois Constitution.) SECTION 2. SUBORDINATION OF MILITARY POWER The military shall be in strict subordination to the civil power. (Source: Illinois Constitution.) SECTION 3. ORGANIZATION, EQUIPMENT AND DISCIPLINE The General Assembly shall provide by law for the organization, equipment and discipline of the militia in conformity with the laws governing the armed forces of the United States. (Source: Illinois Constitution.) SECTION 4. COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF AND OFFICERS (a) The Governor is commander-in-chief of the organized militia, except when they are in the service of the United States. He may call them out to enforce the laws, suppress insurrection or repel invasion. (b) The Governor shall commission militia officers who shall hold their commissions for such time as may be provided by law. (Source: Illinois Constitution.) SECTION 5. PRIVILEGE FROM ARREST Except in cases of treason, felony or breach of peace, persons going to, returning from or on militia duty are privileged from arrest. (Source: Illinois Constitution.)
David Zornig July 02, 2013 at 01:04 PM
The link to the ordinance in the article does not work. So one has to read the Full Text at the bottom, which was obviously written before the vote on it ever took place. Whats most concerning is the manner in which it was written. Chronologically mentioning both meetings, as if to cover their own tracks. And to make it sound like they had a small window to draft something. When they've known for years that this day was coming. So did the State. It states of the meetings that the "the mayor & board of trustees listened extensively to their concerns & opinions", within the very ordinance that is voted on. They must think that makes it look more thorough. Buzz words like emotional issue, ideological concerns, killing rampage, horrific national events, etc. are also all thrown into what is now a legal document. And have no place in something that should have been specific to models of guns, modifications & home storage of. All the above of course now will be a part of a permanent record in any legal challenges. And can be repeated at will. Buzz words & all. The "restrict access to significant firepower by criminals and individuals at risk to doing harm to themselves or others" line, is interesting on several levels. It attempts to establish that that is their sole goal. While eliminating current law abiding citizens from the mix. Or characterizing them as "at risk", once they choose to defy the ordinance. I'm not a gun advocate. I just find the details fascinating. The exceptions at the bottom are of most concern. Because it could technically exclude themselves and any State employees if they are deemed "on duty" at any time by "competent authority". Which goes beyond just law enforcement & the military. Scary. (enter conspiracy theory here...) As far as the political party affiliation of the Board members, no one will ever know that. Because the Caucus Party is successfully disguised as "Democrat/Republican/Independent". Yet never reveal who's registered in what party. That's how the pathetically low local voter turnout, keeps getting them reelected. P.S., be aware that all Patch comments now look like rants. Because they removed the ability to create indentations or new paragraphs. As well as the ability to ad outside links to back up any position.
Oliver P. McCracken July 02, 2013 at 09:30 PM
I was busy chasing wayward youths off my lawn with my cane (the only weapon I need for assaulting), so I missed the meeting. However, it is plain to see from the picture above that in attendance were many angry young mustachioed caucasian lads who came to our fair village from elsewhere to argue the need for more firepower than they're adult enough or calm enough to safely handle. I applaud the village for keeping dangerous weaponry out of the hands of these, the hotheaded and divisive sort of fellows I'd hate to see holding a gun when their tempers got away from them.
Dan Cox July 02, 2013 at 10:01 PM
If I see a Skokie resident being victimized by a criminal, I will not stop it or call the Police, I'll call the Village Mayor and send him a Snapchat photo of the incident. "They, who will sacrifice essential Freedom, for the mere promise of temporary Security, deserve neither Freedom, nor securityu. Ben Franklin 1775
Patch changes User names! July 03, 2013 at 01:25 AM
As pointed out above, the link for the ordinance does not work. So, in reading the above obviously copy/pasted text (which I think also includes numbers identifying each line), I will try and comply with the following: (1) "age 3 of … (b) Assault Weapon Category 2 shall mean and include the following 16 firearms and parts:". As soon as I learn those 16 firearms & parts... (2) "age 4 of 5...16 17 (b) It shall be unlawful to own or possess within the Village of Skokie a 18 magazine...which can hold or may be modified to hold 19 fifteen (15) or more rounds. …22 23 It shall be unlawful to store, transport or keep any firearm...unless such firearm is secured in a locked 25 container or safe, or equipped with a tamper-resistant mechanical lock, trigger lock, 26 gun lock or other mechanical or electronic safety device, engaged so as to keep the 27 firearm inoperable when not in actual use. … " I apparently have to look into "18 magazine", a 19 15 or more round magazine, a locked 25 container, 26 gun lock and 27 firearm. I'm not arguing my opinion here, especially since I have no idea what the ordinance actually is. That said, I've learned a new phrase, thanks to @Conceal Carry: molon labe -- but DO put me after all the scumbags who have no respect for other human life and aren't defending themselves/their property FROM those very scumbags. Thank you.
Earl Weiss July 03, 2013 at 08:17 AM
Skokie bans witches and Unicorns, Same as so ccalled "Assault weapons" No such thing. It only exists in someones mind or as a made up definition. It's a pejorative corruption of "Assault Rifle " for those pushing a certain agenda. Skokie is buying a lawsuit. Cook County's so called AW Ban was first upheld then stricken and sent back to the lower court after the SCOTUS ruling.
Earl Weiss July 03, 2013 at 08:19 AM
One trustee said "if you can't do the job with 14 I don't want you to have the 15th" How does he know how many people will invade your home or business or attack you? With Flash mobs and invasions more and more attacks are by multiple people. Even a Marine corp Sniper with 2 guns whom was confronted by 5 enemy soldiers (Shown on the History Channel) manged to hit 3 with 15 rounds. and that was for a highly trained and experienced person. I guess this trustee knows better.
Earl Weiss July 03, 2013 at 08:22 AM
One Trustee mentioned that the government lost it's way allowing the Federal so called AW ban to expire. I guess he just forgot to mention that criminal use of the so called assault weapons had nochange whatsoever from before the ban, to during the ban, and after the ban. The only ones affected were law abiding citizens.
Earl Weiss July 03, 2013 at 08:25 AM
"Oliver P. McCracken ... However, it is plain to see from the picture above that in attendance were many angry young mustachioed caucasian lads who came to our fair village from elsewhere .... I am hoping your tongue is planted firmly in your cheek or you are looking at a different photo. 81% spoke against the boards actions and they were by and large from Skokie and didn't fit your profile.
Oliver P. McCracken July 03, 2013 at 10:47 AM
Mr. Weiss, My tongue is not planted in my cheek, but firmly behind my whale-bone dentures. Now, I was only quoting the article about many being from outside the area, but as you see in the photo above, most of the men were angry, of white complexion, wore mustached whiskers, and were young (relative to myself, being born the same day as the tragic Iroquois Theatre Fire).
Earl Weiss July 08, 2013 at 11:42 PM
From the article: "More than an hour passed as 33 people, including several from outside Skokie, spoke." "Oliver P. McCracken Now, I was only quoting the article about many being from outside the area," sev·er·al [sev-er-uhl, sev-ruhl] Show IPA adjective 1. being more than two but fewer than many in number or kind: " In your reality I guess several = Many. In my reality it does not.
Conceal Carry July 09, 2013 at 12:28 PM
Olivers been smokin McCracken... you werent there, so save your comments...the majority of the 6 who spoke against were not from Skokie... but they all want to save the children from the big bad law abiding citizens...
Dan Cox July 09, 2013 at 06:44 PM
Conceal Carry Law in Illinois...Pre-emption is now in effect and the now Handguns are exempt from the AWB. My Glock 9mm in a case with ten 33 Round Magazines... fully legal to be transported by vehicle or on foot. My Sig Sauer model 551, .223 Caliber Rifle in a Case with six, 33 Round Magazines fully legal to be transported in a vehicle or on foot. That is the Freedom that was stolen from the residents of the oppressive homerule communities of Skokie and Highland Park, yet all non-residents may exercise our Freedom. We will make a point of transporting our Semi-Automatic firearms through the downtown area, as a show of civil disobedience to the City Council Members who act like Tyrants!
Conceal Carry July 09, 2013 at 08:37 PM
R E S I S T !!! I will not have an uneducated board rule on my rights. Molon Labe, Mayor first...
Oliver P. McCracken July 09, 2013 at 10:47 PM
It has always seemed to me -- and I'm old enough to have lindy-hopped, serenaded, and held hands with most of your great-grandmothers, mind you -- that those who brag about the size of their firearms (or the size of their firearms' magazines) are compensating for lack of size, firepower, or ammunition elsewhere...
Dan Cox July 09, 2013 at 10:58 PM
Never Cracker, are you still kickin'? We thought you died already.
Concern Citizen July 15, 2013 at 10:46 PM
I'm a law abiding citizen, a gun owner for years, I don’t understand why our Mayor "Ban Assault weapon" in Skokie. Banning "Assault Weapon" wont "STOP" lunatic, insane, crazy criminal's to do such crime like what happen in another state. This action "banning assault weapon" will just affected "law abiding citizen" and the people with hubby who love's hunting and also "law abiding citizen" who go firing range for practice shooting . I think with all this "Banning Assault Gun's" is not a good idea and I don’t support it. I hope our Mayor will change this idea.
Troy July 21, 2013 at 08:13 PM
What is the most you can be fined on a local ordinance violation?
Dan Cox July 21, 2013 at 11:26 PM
Illinois, what a silly state... right now, anybody from one of the other 49 states, with a valid Conceal Carry License, can carry a fully loaded gun in their car as they drive anywhere in the state of Illinois. The residents of Illinois, will not be able to do the same for at least a year. Our state officials trust out of state people, more than the residents. Now get this... some states like Arizona, Alaska and Vermont, do not even require a license, yet they have more Rights than us, residents of Illinois.
Dan Cox July 22, 2013 at 06:25 AM
I am happy that Highland Park is not broke like Detroit, we can get some serious money out of these Constitutional Rights Violating Ordinance pushing BoZo's. One simple review of Heller and McDonald, could have told them, that more than half of what is in the ordinance has already been found UnConstitutional. Wow, where was their attorney?
Concern Citizen July 22, 2013 at 07:01 PM
Dan Cox, What about Skokie?
Dan Cox July 22, 2013 at 10:45 PM
G. Hernandez, Skokie is loaded and ready to have their clock cleaned... The Second Amendment Foundation is going to have a field day with these Homerule Communities, in Court. In the meantime... join illinoiscarry.com, the Second Amendment Foundation and the Illinois Rifle Association.
Conceal Carry July 23, 2013 at 02:38 PM
Skokie is use to pissing away money...
Dan Cox July 23, 2013 at 08:05 PM
Good, because we want at least $2.5 Million.

Boards

More »
Got a question? Something on your mind? Talk to your community, directly.
Note Article
Just a short thought to get the word out quickly about anything in your neighborhood.
Share something with your neighbors.What's on your mind?What's on your mind?Make an announcement, speak your mind, or sell somethingPost something