Jackson to vote on dropping ban on Jewish eruv

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The Jackson Township Council will vote on a resolution Wednesday night that gives permission to anyone seeking to place a Jewish religious demarcation, known as an eruv, on utility poles in the township. The resolution comes months after a nonprofit group, Agudath Israel of America, filed a federal lawsuit against Jackson after the township adopted ordinances…

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