By Charlie De Mar

(CBS) – Backers of a controversial proposal to open a luxury gun club in suburban Willowbrook made major changes to the plan, but it didn’t satisfy village leaders.

They voted against the revised proposal, CBS 2’s Charlie De Mar reports.

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For the second straight Willowbrook Village meeting, a packed and passionate group voiced their opinions about the gun facility that would break ground at Route 83 and 79th on long-vacant land.

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Under the latest version, the club would not sell alcohol; would not provide machine guns for rental; and would not be open 24 hours a day.

Even without alcohol, some Willowbrook residents still worry about potential risks.

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Charlie De Mar