Court ruling supports planned Islamic center at former Farmington Hills elementary school

Published On: Sep 21 2012 08:25:46 PM EDT   Updated On: Sep 21 2012 08:27:28 PM EDT

The Farmington Hills School District is a step closer to finalizing a deal to sell a closed elementary school in West Bloomfield to the Islamic Cultural Association.

The plan to sell the Eagle Elementary has generated public opposition to plans for a mosque and cultural center on the school's site.

Two residents filed suit to block the sale. A lower court ruled the residents had no standing. That decision was upheld on Friday by the Michigan Court of Appeals.

It is not clear if the ruling will be appealed.


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