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Maj. Theresa Burkholder looks into the new kitchen at the Salvation Army in June (Jodie Mozdzer photo)

Ansonia—An expert on a federal law that protects houses of worship from local zoning laws says the Salvation Army would have a strong case if it chose to appeal the city’s decision to prohibit a soup kitchen on Lester Avenue.

The Planning and Zoning Commission rejected the application last month because it violated basic zoning rules, according to Chairman Bart Flaherty.

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