Yeshiva sues Shore town after denial of boarding school application

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OCEAN TWP. — A group representing a proposed Jewish boarding school is suing the township and its Zoning Board of Adjustment after its application for a 96-student Yeshiva was denied late last year. The 79-page complaint filed on Friday in U.S. District Court alleges that the Zoning Board’s denial of the Yeshiva, whose students, ages 18…

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