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DuPage County Board to vote to end legal dispute with Islamic group
by Robert Sanchez
More than two months after a federal judge overturned their rejection of a planned Islamic education facility near Naperville, DuPage County Board members are slated to vote Tuesday to issue a conditional-use permit for the project.
The board also is expected to decide whether to pay an unspecified amount of money to administrators from the Irshad Learning Center.
"We're hopeful that everything will proceed smoothly," said Kevin Vodak, litigation director with the Chicago chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, which represented Irshad Learning Center in the federal lawsuit.
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