Castle Rock, CO Mayor: ‘We Can All Open Carry’

by  |  published on January 20, 2014

CASTLE ROCK, Colo. – A gun debate in Castle Rock puts the mayor against some residents over openly carrying a gun around in town buildings and parks.

Mayor Paul Donahue supports repealing the ban on open carry of guns. Since 2003, guns have been banned in town buildings and parks. Now the town council is discussing repealing the ordinance.

Donahue says last July the council approached him about the repeal. He’s received overwhelming support from the community.

“It goes back to the constitutional rights of people here in Colorado. We can all open carry,” said Donahue.

Residents like Ziggy Guentensberger are not sold on the idea.

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