Massena trustees don’t act on resolution to repeal SAFE Act

Massena trustees don’t act on resolution to repeal SAFE Act – Village trustees chose Tuesday night not to make a motion on a resolution calling for the repeal of the state’s recently-passed package of gun-control laws. Norwood resident William Gray, who has been making the round of town and village board meetings around the county, presented the village’s Board of Trustees with a resolution calling for the repeal of the Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement Act, saying the swiftly passed bill is filled with errors and inconsistencies and infringes upon the rights of law-abiding gun owners. He called the controversial package of strict gun control measures a “knee-jerk reaction to the Sandy Hook shooting.”