A recount has confirmed that Castle Rock voters successfully overturned a ban on the open carry of firearms on city property.
A recount is underway in Castle Rock after voters struck down a ban on open carry of guns in public buildings and parks in a special election last month.
A judge has certified the special election results in Castle Rock where voters approved an open carry ordinance.
The ballots have been counted and Castle Rock voters have decided to allow firearms to be carried openly in town buildings and parks.
Ballots are still being tallied in Castle Rock’s special election to determine if firearms can be carried openly in town buildings and parks.
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The battle goes on in Castle Rock over a gun proposal.
The Castle Rock Town Council has agreed to let voters decide whether or not to repeal the town’s ban on openly carrying firearms in town-owned buildings and parks.
A decision by Castle Rock’s city council to repeal the ban on concealed weapons has now been put on hold.
It is now legal to open carry a firearm in public buildings and parks in Castle Rock.