The Guru Nanak Sikh Society applied for a building permit to construct a temple that would seat 75 people on a 1.9-acre parcel on the outskirts of town. But the neighbors protested because there would be considerable traffic on the residential streets. The permit was denied. To meet these objections, the members purchased a 28-acre parcel in an agricultural zone further away from the city. They applied for a building permit. The county planning commission granted the permit, subject to 20 special conditions such as traffic mitigation. Purchase Bob Bruss reports online. But a few neighbors appealed to the county board of supervisors, arguing this would be an undesirable "leapfrog development" away from the town. After a public hearing, the county reversed the planning commission and denied ...
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