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The Cordoba Center project is intended to provide an Islamic worship and cultural center for Muslim residents in the southern portion of the Santa Clara Valley. Project facilities would include a mosque, multi-use community building, a cemetery, an area for youth summer camps, and additional supportive and ancillary structures. There are currently approximately 400 members of the South Valley Islamic community. Maximum attendance at religious and cultural events is generally anticipated to be 300 individuals; although the Eid prayers and associated banquets that take place twice a year, and community picnics, could include as many as 500 attendees. The proposed project requires approval of a use permit by the county of Santa Clara.
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