“I’m grateful I got the notification passed because I believe every resident wants to be notified if there is hunting next door,” Kos said. “But how anyone could approve of hunting within 100 yards of a school is beyond me.”Avon Lake has tried to zip up the legislation somewhat tightly, but a number of concerns abound in the city's residential neighborhoods. The IDA insists that poaching is a real offense and one that can be prevented through dedicated watchdog efforts.
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