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I am sorry to hear about this situation. There should be a gun board. If there is not, then the county has to provide one. (There likely is one, but it is simply not a standing board and meets when needed.)
If the county government does not provide one for a hearing, then what someone in you situation can do is to file a Writ of Mandamus in Court, asking the court to order the county to form one.
A writ of mandamus asks the court to order the local government agency or office to follow the law, or reviews a decision said agency/office has made under the law.
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