The legal case surrounding continued operation of the Dorothy Day homeless shelter has been transferred out of Danbury Superior Court. Danbury Zoning Enforcement Officer Sean Hearty issued a cease and desist order to Dorothy Day homeless shelter in an effort to bring the shelter into compliance. The order was upheld by the Zoning Board of Appeals in August. The ruling is being appealed in court. The zoning case has been transferred to Hartford Superior Court's land use litigation docket. There have been complaints from nearby neighbors about the shelter on Spring Street. Neighbors say there’s increased drug traffic, and prostitution.