New York Church Banned from Operating Summer Glee Camp . . . on Its Own Property!

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In July 2014, the city of Auburn, New York issued a citation to the First Presbyterian Church accusing it of violating the city’s zoning ordinance by collecting a fee from campers attending the church’s summer glee camp—calling this fee “commercial use” of the church’s property in a residential zone. The city ordered the church to “immediately cease” operating the glee camp on its own property.

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