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Crestview now a Second Amendment safe-haven

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By Kyla Asbury | Feb 6, 2020


Crestview City Council recently approved a resolution that will made the city a Second Amendment safe-haven

“We want to show unity between the city and the county,” City Manager Tim Bolduc told NWF Daily News. “We in Crestview support our Second Amendment and we want to ensure that the federal government understands that we support it and we’re not going to help them to do things that don’t support it.”

The city also approved an ordinance to waive fees for annexation into the city and that ordinance also has a six-month moratorium on the annexation of properties smaller than 10 acres, according to the news agency.

The city council also decided to enter into a memorandum of understanding with the Marine Forces Special Operations Command, which will give the Marines permission to conduct covert training within city limits for the next five years, the news agency reported.

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