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Resolution of the San Diego RLUIPA / Religious Land Use and Zoning Case

Written by Daniel P. Dalton on April 26, 2013 Category: Land Use and Zoning, RLUIPA, Substantial Burden

The final chapter has been written and the story has ended with the City of San Diego finalizing the settlement between itself and the Academy of Our Lady of Peace this past week. Several news organizations have taken an indepth review of the case and reported its findings. A thorough story from the Voice of San Diego and The San Diego Free Press further described the role City Council President Todd Gloria played in the case. Other news outlets described the final resolution of the matter.

We are pleased to have assisted the Academy of Our Lady of Peace in this very difficult land use and zoning case. The RLUIPA / Religious Land Use team at Dalton & Tomich are ready to assist you with land use and zoning questions.

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