Great Lakes Society (GLS), a religious organization that ministers to people with chemical sensitivities, initiated this case after the township denied its application to construct a 9,700 square foot building on a six-acre parcel of property located in a low-density residential district. Although the zoning ordinance allowed churches in residential zones as a special use, the township concluded that GLS’s building was not “for public worship” and thus was not eligible for a special permit.
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