that question was prompted by some earlier posts from members who seem to side with the other residents only because of the abundance of cars and non-residents appearing in their community once a week
was trying to see if anyone was going to oppose someone hosting such a gathering on their own property - for whatever reason - only due to the increased traffic
Seems there's more to it than mentioned in the OP:
From The Arizona Republic
Phoenix preacher jailed in zoning dispute
Officials: Issue isn't religion, it's safety
The story is shocking on its face: a Phoenix man sentenced to 60 days in prison for holding Bible studies in his home for family and friends.
But Phoenix prosecutors, neighbors and a handful of judges have all agreed that the services he held were not just for family and friends -- they were for dozens of congregants at the Harvest Christian Community Church, and his sentence had nothing to do with what was going on inside the building. However, it had everything to do with the size of the structure and its lack of exit signs, fire sprinklers and doors.
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