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Albemarle Supervisors Discuss Firing Range, Ivy Material Center

There are 25 comments on the NBC29 Charlottesville story from Apr 6, 2013, titled Albemarle Supervisors Discuss Firing Range, Ivy Material Center. In it, NBC29 Charlottesville reports that:

It's decision time for the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors. Two topics on the table Wednesday night included new plans for an Albemarle County police firing range and the future of the Ivy Material Utilization Center.

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huck

Charlottesville, VA

#1 Apr 10, 2013
Why don't they put the firing range at the Ivy Material Utilization Center?
Too many nimbys there?
sez you

Charlottesville, VA

#2 Apr 10, 2013
huck wrote:
Why don't they put the firing range at the Ivy Material Utilization Center?
Too many nimbys there?
Now that would appropriate, for several reasons.
Liber Al

Charlottesville, VA

#3 Apr 10, 2013
Why do we need a firing range. The government should ban all guns. That includes private law abiding citizens, cops and the military. The only ones who should have guns are the criminals.

May the lord and savior, Barack Obama, show his devine love and holiness to each and every liberal, and damn all Christians, homophobes and veterans.

PRAISE OBAMA!!!!
John Teller

Natural Bridge Station, VA

#4 Apr 10, 2013
Liber Al wrote:
Why do we need a firing range. The government should ban all guns. That includes private law abiding citizens, cops and the military. The only ones who should have guns are the criminals.
May the lord and savior, Barack Obama, show his devine love and holiness to each and every liberal, and damn all Christians, homophobes and veterans.
PRAISE OBAMA!!!!
You should run for C-ville city council. You would fit right in with them, they hate America and the constitution as well. I know you are joking, but unfortunately too many folks in this town agree with your post.
RandomThoughts

Waynesboro, VA

#6 Apr 11, 2013
Why does this need to be a public funded "police" only firing range ?

It needs to be a joint venture so maybe we can get away from the "us against them" attitutde that seems to be rampant on the east side of the Blue Ridge.

Maybe the PD's can get lessons from the public as they have a higher failure rate of wrongful shooting than the public firing way fewer rounds.

Take a look at what appears to be the C-ville PD shooting hush hush cover-up .

RandomThoughts

Waynesboro, VA

#7 Apr 11, 2013
Why would today’s "bipartisan" political theater over gun grabbing and stripping rights away from responsible gun owners not TOP STORY , front and center at NBCensorship29 filtered liberal news ?

Michelle Obama the single lady deserves an acadamy award for the crocodile tear show to help her fumbling idiot husband out of this mess.

The wheels done come off the obama gun grabbing train .

Call your reps people …. stop this bullshit.

Filibuster this *****
Eaglescout1984

Charlottesville, VA

#8 Apr 11, 2013
What would the option be if they close the Ivy Transfer station? I've seen "collection sites" in other counties and it seems like if you have a pickup load full, you just have to get their soon enough after they pick trash up to fill up a couple of the bins.
RandomThoughts

Waynesboro, VA

#9 Apr 11, 2013
Liber Al wrote:
Why do we need a firing range. The government should ban all guns. That includes private law abiding citizens, cops and the military. The only ones who should have guns are the criminals.
May the lord and savior, Barack Obama, show his devine love and holiness to each and every liberal, and damn all Christians, homophobes and veterans.
PRAISE OBAMA!!!!
Amen , Praise Jesus and pass the rattlesnakes.

Obama is my GOD
Mike

Charlottesville, VA

#10 Apr 11, 2013
RandomThoughts wrote:
Why does this need to be a public funded "police" only firing range ?
It needs to be a joint venture so maybe we can get away from the "us against them" attitutde that seems to be rampant on the east side of the Blue Ridge.
Maybe the PD's can get lessons from the public as they have a higher failure rate of wrongful shooting than the public firing way fewer rounds.
Take a look at what appears to be the C-ville PD shooting hush hush cover-up .
That is what they were doing at the Rivanna Rifle/Pistol Club Old Lynchburg rd. For various reasons, the relationship is not working.
Eaglescout1984

Charlottesville, VA

#11 Apr 11, 2013
RandomThoughts wrote:
Take a look at what appears to be the C-ville PD shooting hush hush cover-up .
Charlottesville PD is actually pretty good about using their firearms. The person shot at the elk lodge was wounded and he had already shot someone else. Albermarle, on the other hand, does have a record of "shoot to kill first, ask questions later" even when not presented with deadly force.
Mike

Charlottesville, VA

#12 Apr 11, 2013
Eaglescout1984 wrote:
What would the option be if they close the Ivy Transfer station? I've seen "collection sites" in other counties and it seems like if you have a pickup load full, you just have to get their soon enough after they pick trash up to fill up a couple of the bins.
Even worse, the haulers would have to drive all the way to Zion Freaking Crossroads (50 mile round trip sometimes).

The convenience center thing works for rural sparse areas such as Lousia, Buckingham. We need to be moving to a metro model such as NoVa or NY with multiple transfer stations with good operating hours (READ NOT CLOSED AT 3:30 PM).
RandomThoughts

Waynesboro, VA

#13 Apr 11, 2013
Mike wrote:
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That is what they were doing at the Rivanna Rifle/Pistol Club Old Lynchburg rd. For various reasons, the relationship is not working.
Why is it not working ?

do you know ?
RandomThoughts

Waynesboro, VA

#14 Apr 11, 2013
Eaglescout1984 wrote:
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Charlottesville PD is actually pretty good about using their firearms. The person shot at the elk lodge was wounded and he had already shot someone else. Albermarle, on the other hand, does have a record of "shoot to kill first, ask questions later" even when not presented with deadly force.
I will take your word for it for now , I am still a betting man that C-ville is hush hush over the downtown police shooting for a reason .

We will see how they spin it , AND they are already spinning it .
Really Too

Charlottesville, VA

#15 Apr 11, 2013
RandomThoughts wrote:
Why does this need to be a public funded "police" only firing range ?
It needs to be a joint venture so maybe we can get away from the "us against them" attitutde that seems to be rampant on the east side of the Blue Ridge.
Maybe the PD's can get lessons from the public as they have a higher failure rate of wrongful shooting than the public firing way fewer rounds.
Take a look at what appears to be the C-ville PD shooting hush hush cover-up .
You should seek treatment through Region 10 Services.
Really Too

Charlottesville, VA

#16 Apr 11, 2013
Eaglescout1984 wrote:
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Charlottesville PD is actually pretty good about using their firearms. The person shot at the elk lodge was wounded and he had already shot someone else. Albermarle, on the other hand, does have a record of "shoot to kill first, ask questions later" even when not presented with deadly force.
Thats pretty interesting since the following is true about ACPD:

Man that broke into a home, killed the police K-9 and was shot is still alive.

Man harboring the I64 shooters shot at police from 6 feet away, he was shot twice and then officers saved his life.

The man that stole a police car and shot up half of wo county and fired at over 10 officers was killed.....What did you want them to ask first? He shot at several citizens too.

Man murders friend then points a gun at officers then retreats and commits suicide.

Man attack ACPD officer and then attempts to shoot with the officers taser is shot twice, then the officers save his life.
Concerned Troy Residents

Charlottesville, VA

#17 Apr 11, 2013
Mike wrote:
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Even worse, the haulers would have to drive all the way to Zion Freaking Crossroads (50 mile round trip sometimes).
The convenience center thing works for rural sparse areas such as Lousia, Buckingham. We need to be moving to a metro model such as NoVa or NY with multiple transfer stations with good operating hours (READ NOT CLOSED AT 3:30 PM).
We agree with you: the City of Charlottesville and Albemarle County should have multiple transfer stations with convenient locations and hours for THEIR residential trash and construction debris. They should take responsibility for what they create and stop shipping everything through Fluvanna County! We, Fluvanna County, residents deserve a clean, peaceful community without all of this mess coming to and from outside of Fluvanna County!
RandomThoughts

Waynesboro, VA

#18 Apr 11, 2013
Really Too wrote:
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You should seek treatment through Region 10 Services.
What is region 10 services?

Let me guess ,coming from a moonbat liberal as your self ... I bet you get something free there.

If its free to a liberal they have the handout-service on SPEED-DIAL on their Obama phone prolly catching a singnal from there section * Obama HUT.

Get a job hippie
huck

Charlottesville, VA

#19 Apr 11, 2013
RandomThoughts wrote:
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What is region 10 services?
Obama phone..
Get a job hippie
"Lifeline was begun not by President Obama but under Ronald Reagan. It expanded to include cellphone service during the presidency of another Republican, George W. Bush."
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"In Obama’s first term, amid evidence of widespread fraud, the Federal Communications Commission moved to crack down on the program, saving what it predicts will be $400 million this year, on top of $214 million in 2012."
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http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/obama-...
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get some honesty with your hatred
Liberalace

Charlottesville, VA

#20 Apr 11, 2013
huck wrote:
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"Lifeline was begun not by President Obama but under Ronald Reagan. It expanded to include cellphone service during the presidency of another Republican, George W. Bush."
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"In Obama’s first term, amid evidence of widespread fraud, the Federal Communications Commission moved to crack down on the program, saving what it predicts will be $400 million this year, on top of $214 million in 2012."
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http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/obama-...
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get some honesty with your hatred
Thanks for citing a truly credible source. First, you cite the Washington Post (laughable), then within that article, you cite facts from the FCC on projected numbers.

BTW, regardless of who initiated the program, why isn't the current president ending the program?

R.I.P.: Donald Sanderson
sez you

Richmond, VA

#21 Apr 11, 2013
RandomThoughts wrote:
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Why is it not working ?
do you know ?
The reasons are obvious and have been stated multiple times here. They treat paying range members with the same disrespect and contempt they do the average citizen. They want respect but don't want to earn it.

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