Today we consider zoning with respect to regulations touching on religion, the environment, and familial relationships.
Section B (Afternoon)
Section D (Evening)
Here are some photographs of the St. Peter the Apostle Church in Boerne, Texas, the subject of City of Boerne v. Flores. I suppose this church makes an exception to the “Though Shalt Not Kill” Commandment for the Religious Freedoms Restoration Act, which met its constitutional demise within the hallowed walls of this house of worship.
These photographs are courtesy of Hanah Volokh.
Here is a map of the Village of Belle Terre in Long (not Staten) Island. Today, roughly 800 people live in Belle Terre. It is close by to the State University of New York (SUNY) Stony Brook (named because there is a brook with stones on campus). I’ve been there.
And here is a photograph of a sign welcoming you (as long as you don’t have a roommate to the Village of Belle Terre (courtesy of Ron Talmo):