Jefferson County Commissioners voted Friday to pass a harmonizing ordinance, ending the year-long debate on commercial shooting facilities in the county. Chair David Sullivan called the question as Commissioner Kate Dean, left, and Commissioner Kathleen Kler prepare to announce their vote. The ordinance passed 2-1 with Dean voting nay. (Jeannie McMacken/Peninsula Daily News)

Jefferson County Commissioners voted Friday to pass a harmonizing ordinance, ending the year-long debate on commercial shooting facilities in the county. Chair David Sullivan called the question as Commissioner Kate Dean, left, and Commissioner Kathleen Kler prepare to announce their vote. The ordinance passed 2-1 with Dean voting nay. (Jeannie McMacken/Peninsula Daily News)

Jefferson commissioners approve ordinance balancing code with shooting facilities rules

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