Council rezones part of gun range
League City's council has agreed to change the zoning of 50 acres of the Clear Creek Gun Range from single-family residential to a general commercial zoning district.
The gun range was grandfathered when League City adopted zoning laws in 1999, but owner Ernest Randall sought a general commercial zoning to prevent city officials from trying to shut down the range.
About five acres on the northwest side of the property also changed to neighborhood commercial zoning to provides a buffer between residential and commercial areas, the Galveston Daily News reported. The rest of the property, which is mostly a lake, remains single-family residential.
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