Plaintiff operated an adult-entertaining establishment and sought to expand its building’s office and add a bar area. Township had previously passed zoning resolutions to regulate the zoning of adult-entertainment businesses. The permit application was denied and plaintiff appealed. Township concluded that plaintiff was seeking to expand or alter a non-conforming use which was a violation of a local zoning regulation. The lower court ordered the Township to issue the permit and the Township appealed.
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