A group of more than 30 residents of Woodstock have joined together to sue a new gun range, alleging that it’s a public nuisance and potential safety hazard. The civil lawsuit filed in Grafton County Superior Court alleges that sound from the Gold Bess Shooting Club, which formally opened Oct. 31, is “unacceptable and completely destroys each plaintiffs’ quiet enjoyment of their respective properties.” According to court paperwork, the closest residents, Constance and Edward Martell, live within 500 feet of the range. The suit alleges the sound from the gun range, which is located in a former gravel pit, is devaluing nearby properties. [Click here to read the lawsuit] Christopher Caulder, the shooting club’s owner, hasn’t yet responded to the legal...
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Citing 'Unacceptable Noise,' Neighbors of New Woodstock Gun Range File Lawsuit