More than a year after they raised objections, some Wood County residents still say a nearby firing range poses a safety hazard.
They showed the commission bullets from that firing range they say have landed on their property and, in some cases, struck their buildings.
The residents of the Wildwood Subdivision say barriers the owners have installed to keep that from happening don't do the job.
"It is the belief of the homeowners of Wildwood that the earthen backstop at the gun range on Gihon road is not of an adequate height to contain bullets fired from the rifle range," said Steve Mahaffey, Homeowners Association President.
The commissioners say they tried to take action last year to shut down the range but were told by prosecutor Jason Wharton they could not legally do so.
They say the residents' best remedy to do that is through the courts.