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I'm -- -- blue on that here's what we like -- -- on today in Illinois church might have to close its doors because of a fight over its historic -- finished.
The building owned by First United Methodist Church was built back in 1849.
But it's deteriorated and it's about to collapse the church wants to tear it down and build a parking lot in a fellowship hall.
But the village of west -- wants to preserve that historic building it is now suing the church to force it to make those repairs the church says.
Can't do it the cost we'll send them into bankruptcy and so your question today.
You think is in the right to the church or the village send us your comments you can tweak them -- to us at fox friends first.
Or shoot us an email to fox friends first at foxnews.com.
And we will read them later in the -- now for your grew on this question of the day responses earlier in the show and we told you about an Illinois village trying to force to a church to make costly repairs to its historic parts and it's not because.
Of the cost to the church says that they would rather just tear it down.
But -- really want to know do you think is in the right here Josh we get -- the churches in every right to do is that wishes with the property.
It is private and not publicly and Billy -- the churches enjoy the benefit and no property tax at the village should have some say on what happens on that property and then Tom says church's property rights should try out if if preservationists want to -- image let them buy and -- it well thanks to everyone who you know last time those -- some big words for the certainly haven't.
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