Council approves ordinance revision that addresses weapons in businesses with liquor licenses
Story update: According to Lander City Councilman Cade Maestas, this revision is a slight wording adjustment to an already existing law already established per state statute. The update includes language about what specifically a weapon is considered.
The Lander City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to approve ordinance revision 1224, which prohibits anyone carrying a deadly weapon into any business that serves alcohol in city limits, other than law enforcement.
The ordinance revision was passed on its first reading December 11th, second reading December 18th, and ultimately approved on third reading January 8th.
There were no objections or questions from council or audience members regarding the issue.