Blooming Grove sets public hearing for gun business


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A public hearing has been set for Kahr Firearms Group, a New York gun manufacturer that plans to build its new headquarters in Pike County’s 620-acre business park.

The hearing, set for 5:30 p.m. Sept. 16 in the Blooming Grove Township municipal building, will address the company’s initial proposal for new facilities on the property, including administrative, manufacturing and retail spaces.










Saeilo Enterprises, the parent company of Kahr Firearms Group, has so far submitted all necessary paperwork and complied with township policies, Blooming Grove Township Supervisor Randy Schmalzle said at Monday’s supervisor meeting.

The hearing will be an opportunity for residents to air their own questions or concerns regarding the company’s proposed 40,000-square-foot building and 20,000-square-foot addition.

Specific construction plans are contingent on final approval of the proposal and have not yet been presented, though those plans would also be subject to public hearings as the process for development of the property continues.

The proposed facilities include a firing range for firearms testing, which will be equipped to minimize noise in the area and be required to comply with the township’s noise ordinance, Schmalzle said.

Having purchased the business park for $2 million, the company will bring about 100 jobs to the area and is relocating from Pearl River, N.Y., in order to escape an unfriendly gun climate, company spokesman Frank Harris said in a previous interview with the Pocono Record.

The company will increase the township’s tax base, Blooming Grove Township Superviser Nick Mazza said.











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