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Dorothy Day shelter issue transferred back to Danbury court

The case of Dorothy Day Hospitality House versus the City of Danbury has been transferred from Hartford Superior Court back to the Judicial District of Danbury.  A remote status conference is scheduled for December 1st. 

In March a court ruled in favor of the City that Dorothy Day must cease operations as a homeless shelter.  This stems from a cease and desist order issued by the City's Zoning Enforcement Officer in 2016. 

The issue dates back to 1984 when Dorothy Day applied for renewal of emergency accessory use to their soup kitchen.  The one year renewal was granted, but no further applications were filed over the course of the next 30 years. 


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