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Facts: Ricky Martin, the pastor of Triumph Church in Chilton County, Alabama, maintained a Christian ministry for registered sex offenders. Martin offered transitional housing to sex offenders who had recently been released from prison, housing them in mobile homes on land next to Triumph Church. Martin stopped the ministry only when Chilton County District Attorney
Facts: The City of Rockford, Minnesota hired a private engineering firm to act as its ''City Engineer.'' The firm, Bonestroo, Rosene, Anderlik and Associates (Bonestroo), and the City entered into a professional services agreement, which allowed the ''City to obtain engineering and architectural services in a cost-effective and timely manner.'' The agreement specified
Facts: John and Melissa Fritz own property next to Whites Creek in Nevada. Before they bought it, Washoe County approved plat maps for Lancer Estates, a new development upstream of the Fritzes' property. After the Fritzes bought their property, the County approved plat maps for a second upstream development, Monte Rosa. After the
Facts: In April 2014, Lawrence Miller noticed that his neighbor was operating a substance abuse treatment facility in the Town of Wenham, Massachusetts. The neighborhood was zoned for residential use, but the treatment facility housed up to fourteen people at a time, which didn't meet the residential zoning requirements. Miller filed a ''Request