Vermont Supreme Court upholds order to close gun school

Vermont Supreme Court upholds order to close gun school

FILE – Daniel Banyai, the owner of Slate Ridge Vermont, speaks to supporters on April 17, 2021 in West Pawlet, Vt., during a Second Amendment Day Picnic at the unpermitted gun range and firearms training center. The Vermont Supreme Court on Friday, Jan. 14, 2022, upheld a lower court order that Banyai, the owner of an unpermitted his firearms training school that has drawn complaints about noise and intimidation from neighbors, must demolish any unpermitted buildings on the Pawlet property and pay more than $46,600 in fines. (AP Photo/Wilson Ring, File) The Vermont Supreme Court upheld Friday a lower court order that the owner of an unpermitted firearms training school that has drawn complaints about noise and intimidation from neighbors demolish any unpermitted buildings on the Pawlet property and pay more than $46,600. In its Friday ruling, the Supreme Court ruled the lower court had properly ordered that the unpermitted buildings at the Slate Ridge Vermont facility in Pawlet be demolished and that the fine imposed by the lower court was correct. In his appeal, Slate Ridge owner Daniel Banyai had argued he had a valid permit for his facility, certain exhibits were improperly admitted at an earlier hearing and the fines imposed by the lower court were excessive. Banyai did not return a call or text message Friday seeking comment. In April, before he filed the Environmental Court decision with the Supreme Court, he said he would not comply with the lower court order. “We have not done […]

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