New York Mormon chapel finally gets approval

by | Jul. 19, 2012

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The city approved an application Tuesday that will allow the Mormon Church to build a chapel that exceeds zoning regulations on 33rd Avenue in Flushing, much to the dismay of civic organizations and Community Board 7.

The city Board of Standards and Appeals voted unanimously to approve the application, which would allow the chapel to have a larger floor area than what is allowed in the zoning code, according to the BSA.

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