A spiritual center has sued Grayson County over alleged religious discrimination related to a zoning issue.
By Landmark News Service
Wednesday, November 3, 2010 at 6:12 pm
INDEPENDENCE — The Grayson County Board of Zoning Appeals and Zoning Administrator Lisa Barker have been dropped as defendants in a lawsuit that alleges the Board of Supervisors denied a special use permit for a spiritual retreat center because of religious beliefs.
In June, the Board of Supervisors denied a special use permit for The Oracle Institute, which planned to build a non-denominational spiritual retreat center in the Wilson District.
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