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Jan 14, 2010
Scientologists sue over Sandy Springs vote — Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Type: Press
Author(s): April Hunt
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Sandy Springs discriminated against the Church of Scientology when the city refused to let the church expand a former office building into its Georgia headquarters, two new lawsuits claim. The church filed religious discrimination complaints in U.S. District Court on Wednesday and Fulton County Superior Court on Thursday. Both suits contend that the city infringed on the church’s religious rights in the City Council's vote Dec. 15 that approved the rezoning of the building at Roswell Road and Glenridge Drive but ...
Dec 15, 2009
Lawsuit coming, despite Sandy Springs' OK of Scientology church — Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Type: Press
Author(s): April Hunt
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Scientology is coming to Sandy Springs – but a federal lawsuit is coming first. “Absolutely,” said attorney William Woodson Galloway, when asked if the Church of Scientology will pursue a religious liberty lawsuit following a vote Tuesday that limited the size of the church in Sandy Springs. “We are not happy with the result.” The result was a 3-3 vote by the City Council on Tuesday night that tried to find a common ground between outright denial of the rezoning of ...
Dec 14, 2009
Scientology vote Tuesday in Sandy Springs — Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Type: Press
Author(s): April Hunt
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
The showdown over Scientology in Sandy Springs comes up for a vote Tuesday night that both opponents and supporters hope puts an end to the matter. It isn’t likely. The threat of a religious-liberty lawsuit looms if the City Council rejects outright the Church of Scientology’s request for a zoning change so it can move from its current state headquarters in Dunwoody into a Sandy Springs office building it owns. On the other side are the more than 700 residents – ...
Oct 20, 2009
Sandy Springs sidesteps Scientology decision — Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Type: Press
Author(s): April Hunt
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
The waiting continues on whether the Church of Scientology will move to Sandy Springs. The City Council on Tuesday deferred voting on a rezoning request by the church until December, despite a packed house of several dozen opponents wearing “STOP” stickers on their lapels and several dozen supporters on hand with a court reporter, taking down all comments. Council members said the latest delay on the issue, which has been bubbling up since last spring, was required so the Planning Commission ...
Oct 19, 2009
Sandy Springs to give Scientology a yes or no — Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Type: Press
Author(s): April Hunt
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Expect a showdown over Scientology Tuesday night in Sandy Springs. The City Council is scheduled to decide at its meeting whether to rezone an office building at Roswell Road and Glenridge Drive so the church can move from Dunwoody. More than 500 residents and 16 neighborhood associations have urged the city to deny the request, saying there isn’t enough parking and that the church will add to existing traffic woes. But there is a new twist that the church hopes will ...
Sep 17, 2009
Sandy Springs planning board says no to Scientology church — Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Type: Press
Author(s): April Hunt
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
The Church of Scientology should not move to Sandy Springs, the city’s Planning Commission decided Thursday night. In a 3-2 vote, the commission denied the church’s request to rezone a former office building at Roswell Road and Glenridge Drive into its Georgia headquarters. Members David Rubenstein and Donald Boyken dissented. The vote is nonbinding but will be considered by the City Council during its vote. The City Council is scheduled to vote on the issue at its Oct. 20 meeting. The ...
Sep 17, 2009
Scientology zoning battle hits Sandy Springs — Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Type: Press
Author(s): April Hunt
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Tom Cruise himself could show up to make the case that the Church of the Scientology be allowed to convert an office building in Sandy Springs into its Georgia — and Deep South — headquarters, and members of 15 neighborhood associations would be unmoved. Even Cruise, they say, wouldn’t have a place to park. “That property just doesn’t have enough parking for a church,” said Mark Sampl, a leader in one of the city’s largest coalitions of homeowners, the Sandy Springs ...
Jun 5, 2009
Sandy Springs defers vote on Church of Scientology — The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Type: Press
Author(s): April Hunt
Source: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Sandy Springs won’t decide until later this summer on a Church of Scientology’s request to move into the city. The city’s planning commission voted last week to defer the church’s application to rezone a former office at Roswell Road and Glenridge Drive for its operations. At issue: whether the proposed 81 parking spaces will be enough for the 600-member church. Church representatives said they will conduct a parking study to show they will not need the 148 spaces estimated by city ...
Mar 1, 2009
Controversial church linked to tutors on state list — Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Type: Press
Author(s): Cameron McWhirter, Heather Vogell
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
A tutoring agency in Cobb County with ties to the Church of Scientology has drawn critics along with federal dollars. Applied Scholastics pledges to offer only secular lessons. But critics who lodged four complaints last year against the nonprofit — which uses Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard’s teachings — wrote they feared it wouldn’t keep ideology out of the classroom. State education officials began an annual inspection in February and will observe the group’s tutoring this month. The review will include ...
Mar 4, 1997
Georgia-based MicroHelp shuts down; made uninstaller software — The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Type: Press
Author(s): Michael E. Kanell
Source: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Mar. 4—MicroHelp, a promising Marietta software company, was shut down last month amid allegations its Los Angeles owners have "looted assets," lavishing corporate funds on friends, stereos and the Church of Scientology. The company, which had more than 60 employees just a few months ago, closed in mid-February, about three months after being bought by Luckman Interactive of Los Angeles. Monday, Luckman officials said they were betrayed by MicroHelp's four major shareholders, the company's top management. "Basically, we paid them $4 ...
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