9/3/2021 7:31:17 AM
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As debate lingers over a proposed mosque in southwest Naperville, the lawyer representing the Islamic Center of Naperville is expressing frustration about the number of continuances caused by months of testimony in the city's planning and zoning commission public hearing.
Wednesday's meeting ended without resolution after more than two hours of discussion between city staff members, ICN attorney Len Monson and representatives of nearby residents. Residents say they don't oppose the mosque at the 13-acre open parcel of land at 3540 248th Ave., but they object to future phases of the 40-year construction plan that would add a school, gymnasium and multipurpose hall.