Colo. LDS temple moving forward with city support

by | Nov. 06, 2011

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A city planning board has recommended land for a proposed LDS temple in Fort Collins, Colo., be annexed into the city and rezoned, a move that will allow plans for the 27,000-square-foot temple to advance.

The board made the recommendation Thursday night, as some residents objected to the action.

Planning and Zoning Board members said Thursday their hands are tied, according to the Loveland Reporter-Herald.
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