Wednesday, January 6, 2010

LDS Church to Work with Phoenix Temple Opponents

Mormon Church officials announced Monday that they will work with the Phoenix residents opposed to the proposed temple. Phoenix residents gathered more than 16,000 signatures--enough to qualify for a referendum. Once all the signatures are verified the city council will reconsider the temple zoning issue, if the city council upholds its decision to allow the zoning variance the issue will go before voters in the 2011 General election.

Even though some residents are against the temple the LDS Church plans on building the temple.
Opposing this temple is as stupid as when Phoenicians blocked a Donald Trump skyscraper in its Biltmore business district because they thought it was too tall. What a great decision that turned out to be...