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Sep 26, 1985
Church of Scientology withdraws from deal to buy Altadena site — Los Angeles Times (California)
Type: Press
Author(s): Mark Arax
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
The Church of Scientology has backed out of an agreement to purchase a 198-acre former hospital complex in the Altadena foothills, ending three months of controversy in which some local residents charged that the group was a cult seeking to establish a base of operations there. Scientology officials last week withdrew their application for a conditional-use permit for the former LaVina Hospital complex. In a letter to the county's Regional Planning Commission, the group said it had found another site more ...
Sep 22, 1985
Scientologists withdraw from Altadena deal — Los Angeles Times (California)
Type: Press
Author(s): Mark Arax
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
The Church of Scientology has backed out of an agreement to purchase a 198-acre former hospital complex in the Altadena foothills, ending three months of controversy in which some local residents charged that the group was a cult seeking to establish a base of operations here. Scientology officials last week withdrew their application for a conditional-use permit for the former LaVina Hospital complex. In a letter to the county's Regional Planning Commission, the group said it had found another site more ...
Jun 27, 1985
Altadena town council votes to deny permit to Scientologists — Los Angeles Times (California)
Type: Press
Author(s): Mark Arax
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
ALTADENA — The Town Council has voted to deny a conditional-use permit needed by an affiliate of the Church of Scientology to purchase a 198-acre former hospital complex in the foothills. The 8-2 vote Monday against the granting of the permit serves only as a recommendation and does not bind the Los Angeles County Regional Planning Commission, which will consider the matter and make a final decision in the fall. The vote ended more than a month of emotional debate over ...
Jun 20, 1985
Residents accuse Scientologists of harassing tactics — Los Angeles Times (California)
Type: Press
Author(s): Mark Arax
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
ALTADENA — Residents have expressed fear and outrage over what they describe as harassment and intimidation by supporters of the Church of Scientology's plans to buy a 198-acre former hospital complex in the foothills here. At an emotional Altadena Town Council meeting Tuesday, residents complained of late night phone calls and mass mailings of pamphlets about the church, all aimed at winning community support for a conditional-use permit needed by the church to complete the sale. Council Member Beverly Hurt said ...
Jun 13, 1985
Scientologists try to ease concern on Altadena plans — Los Angeles Times (California)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Mark Arax
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
ALTADENA — Incorporation papers filed by the Church of Spiritual Technology seemingly contradict public assurances by church officials that their planned training center here will not be used as a base to espouse the tenets of Scientology. Officials of the Church of Spiritual Technology, an affiliate of the Church of Scientology, tried to allay community concerns Tuesday over their plans to buy a 198-acre complex in the Altadena foothills, which was occupied until last year by the La Vina Hospital. During ...
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