When a Catholic church in Norwich announced plans to find a bigger space for its food pantry and soup kitchen, residents responded with concerns about crowds of homeless people and crime. In what is being called a cruel case of musical chairs in a not-in-my-backyard dispute, the St. Vincent de Paul Place soup kitchen is at the moment without a permanent home.
Case Offers Twist On Religious Land Use Law
The Connecticut Law Tribune
June 7, 2013