The City of Roswell has answered GCO’s complaint filed in Fulton County Superior Court, in which GCO seeks to have Roswell’s parks carry ban ruled illegal. Roswell denies having a parks carry ban, and denies that its ordinance reads as it currently is posted on LexisNexis, Roswell’s online code publication agent. Roswell’s answer may be…
According to an article this week in the Johns Creek Herald, the city of Johns Creek has agreed to comply with state preemption law and repeal the
An August 23, 2007 news article
On the same day it was served with a summons and complaint from GCO for refusing to repeal an ordinance banning the carry of firearms in its parks, the City of Milton repealed its ordinance.
The attorney for the City of Johns Creek has agreed to repeal the city’s ordinance banning carry of firearms in parks, upon urging from GCO.
GCO has filed a complaint in Fulton County Superior Court against Fulton County and six municipalities in the county.
GCO attorneys have contacted the attorneys for the cities in Fulton County (and Fulton County itself) that have ordinances restricting the carry of firearms, urging a repeal of those restrictions.