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Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Ground Zero Community Board OKs Mosque

Tuesday, July 27, 2010 -- Community Board 1, the board whose district includes Ground Zero, has voted to recommend that the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission not give the site of a proposed mosque and Islamic cultural center (the Cordoba Initiative / Park51) landmark status.

The next step will be for the Commission to vote on giving the site protected landmark status. A commission vote against landmark status would pave the way -- after lawsuits that are sure to be filed -- for the construction of the center. The site of Park51 is one block away from Ground Zero.

I have previously stated (see entry from July 27th) that these agencies' approval of the mosque construction could serve as a government preference which could violate both the Establishment Clause and the Equal Protection Clause.

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