Just when I thought Colorado was heading in the right direction, I read this story out of Castle Rock, Colorado. Retired Marine Art Dorsch was reportedly sent a letter from his apartment complex, Oakwood Apartments, telling him that he must get rid of his guns if he wants to continue living there.
Disgusting, to say the least. Channel 9 News out of Denver tried to contact Brooke Young from Ross Management Group, who apparently manages the Oakwood apartment complex.
When reached by phone, Brooke Young, Ross Management Group regional manager, said “It’s our policy not to comment to the news media,” before hanging up.
Charming. If you’d like to try your hand at contacting Brooke or someone else from the Ross Management Group team to find out why they are violating the Second Amendment, their phone number is (303) 860-7885, or you can email them here. Please remember to be respectful. It’s not clear whether these new unconstitutional “community regulations” are coming from Ross Management Group, or Oakwood Apartments.
The folks in Colorado still have a long way to go to clean up their state. You can read more here.
Update 8/7/2013 9:30 EST
And wouldn’t you know, all the negative press has taken its toll, and the policy has been thrown out. Thanks to everyone who contacted the Ross Management Group. H/T to Mt. Man.