It’s not often the words “Buddhist” and “land use controversy” are used in the same sentence. Today San Diego’s Board of Supervisors will do just that.
San Diego’s Board of Supervisors takes up Buddhist controversy. The Buddhists at the Dai Dang Meditation Center want to expand and build a 2-story, 8,900-square-foot residence, a 7,600-square-foot meditation hall and a 6,200-square-foot worship hall.
But avocado farmers oppose the expansion saying that the larger center could hurt the growth of their fruit.
I am hearing that upwards of 100 Buddhist monks could be at the meeting.
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