Islamic Center gains annexation into Naperville

Whether the Islamic Center of Naperville‘s next mosque is built five years from now or 20, it will be built according to the same rules and conditions as each of the city’s other religious institutions.

City council members Monday unanimously approved the residential zoning and annexation of the center’s 14-acre lot at 9931 S. 248th Ave. on the city’s far southwest side in Will County. In doing so, they also rejected demands of neighboring homeowners to insert conditional restrictions on lighting, traffic and parking and the installation of berming and landscaping.

Daily Herald, 19 December 2011