Jewish eruv comes in peace, but some object



TOP TO BOTTOM—Sunlight reflects off the eruvfishing line installed in some areas of Agoura Hills. Courtesy of Chad MuxworthyThe installation of a religious marker across some streets in Agoura Hills has drawn the attention of locals who are concerned about its impact on wildlife.
Leaders of the local Jewish community say the controversial practice is an expression of religious faith and is respectful of the community and the environment.
The eruv, a delineation of public areas where Orthodox Je...

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