Ken Sparks, lawyer for Coloma Twshp., explains the township’s legal situation Tues. night regarding the Berrien County law enforcement gun range along Angling Road. More than 100 people attended a public hearing at Coloma Township Hall on the gun range, and most seemed to think it should stay closed. The Mich. Supreme Court recently ruled that the county must comply with township ordinances before shooting could take place. Herald Palladium
Residents: Gun range should stay idle
George Schemenauer, Coloma Road North, pointed out that the township is home to more gun ranges than parks.