Special exception denied for proposed gun range in Warner

WARNER — A special exception for a proposed gun range was denied on a 3-2 vote by the zoning board Wednesday after nearly a year of controversy.

The first motion made was to approval the special exception, which did not pass in a 2 to 3 vote. After the next motion was made to deny the special exception, the final vote came out 3 to 2.

Chairman Janice Loz said it was a tough case, one that was very controversial in both Warner and Hopkinton.

The proposed gun range was to be built on nearly three acres of land on the north end of Warner Road off Exit 7 of Interstate 89 and close to the intersection of Route 103. It’s about half a mile from the Hopkinton town line. *| Keep Reading at the Union Leader

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