Company withdraws plan to build ‘Gun Spa’ in Lynbrook

As News 12 has reported, a proposal to transform Cutler’s Lighting into an indoor shooting range, nail salon, massage parlor and sporting goods store.

As News 12 has reported, a proposal to transform Cutler's Lighting into an indoor shooting range, nail salon, massage parlor and sporting goods store.

As News 12 has reported, a proposal to transform Cutler's Lighting into an indoor shooting range, nail salon, massage parlor and sporting goods store. (5/2/16)

LYNBROOK - News 12 Long Island has learned plans to build a “Gun-Spa" in Lynbrook have been dropped.

As News 12 has reported, there was a proposal to transform Cutler’s Lighting into an indoor shooting range, nail salon, massage parlor and sporting goods store.

According to Newsday, the Queens company behind the plan has withdrawn its permit application. 

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