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Byline: Ron Devlin
Jul. 20--It was like a scene out of a Wild West movie.
Roland Van Tongel, a handgun protruding from his hip, took the floor and launched a verbal attack on District Township supervisor Ed Overberger at a recent township meeting.
Waving a tattered copy of the township zoning ordinance, Van Tongel hurled accusations at Overberger as he challenged the township's decision to stop his friend George C. Grampp from digging up boulders on his Landis Store Road property.
It wasn't the zoning issue as much as Van Tongel's demeanor that troubled the 25 or so people at the July 12 meeting.
"It really shook up the folks who …