DuPage to vote to end legal dispute with Islamic group

Jun 10, 2013 Full story: Daily Herald

More than two months after a federal judge overturned their rejection of a planned Islamic education facility near Naperville, DuPage County Board members are slated to vote Tuesday to issue a conditional-use permit for the project.

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Wheaton, IL

#1 Jun 11, 2013
Don't give them a special permit. If they want to open a church, they can buy some property that has the proper zoning.

Wheaton, IL

#2 Jul 5, 2013
The county should appeal, all the way to the SCOTUS, if necessary. They should not allow this unless ordered by SCOTUS.

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#3 Jul 6, 2013
Sounds good to me

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