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CRPA Alert: Saratoga Meeting

November 5, 2018

CITY OF SARATOGA- NOVEMBER 7th MEETING- CALL TO ACTION

On November 7, 2018, the Saratoga City Council will once again try to pass an ordinance that seeks to force law-abiding citizens to lock up their firearms in their homes. This is not the first time the City has attempted this, although thanks to the support from volunteers and NRA/CRPA members in the area, a vote on the ordinance was postponed—until now.

WE NEED YOUR HELP!

If you live in the area and can attend the Saratoga City Council Meeting on November 7, 2018 at 6:00 P.M., in the Linda Callon Conference Room, City Hall, 13777 Fruitvale Ave., Saratoga, CA 95070, we need you there to make comment in opposition to this arbitrary ordinance that will do nothing but place people in a position where they are unable to adequately protect themselves. Just last week at the City of Arcata Board meeting a Board member came out and said that these types of ordinances are meant to help stop the future ownership of firearms in their city! Unfortunately, all of these cities are operating from the same playbook.

They know that it will not make the city safer. They know that there are already State laws that address penalties for a gun owner that allows their firearm to fall into the wrong hands. They only care about restricting constitutional rights. Please consider attending the meeting and make comments in opposition to the ordinance.

If you cannot attend, please submit comments through the Council website at

https://www.saratoga.ca.us/FormCenter/City-Council-8/Council-Comments-Form-47

Or you can email the Council Members at: Saratoga_cc@saratoga.ca.us

CITY OF SARATOGA- NOVEMBER 7th MEETING- CALL TO ACTION

On November 7, 2018, the Saratoga City Council will once again try to pass an ordinance that seeks to force law-abiding citizens to lock up their firearms in their homes. This is not the first time the City has attempted this, although thanks to the support from volunteers and NRA/CRPA members in the area, a vote on the ordinance was postponed—until now.

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