The First To Benefit From Jackson’s New Ordinances Will Be… A Church

In an ironic twist, the first people scheduled to benefit from the passing of two recent ordinances intended to settle Jackson Township’s anti-Jewish discrimination lawsuits, will be a church.

At the Council meeting where the ordinances were passed, numerous Jackson residents got up to complain that the ordinances will only benefit one religion – an assertion clearly contradicted by Immanuel Lutheran Church.

The church owned a structure on Central Avenue in Lakewood, which it recently sold, and has plans to move its location to Jackson. The church submitted plans to construct a new building at  218 W. Veterans Highway, which is set to be approved thanks to the new ordinances.

So much for cultural genocide!

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