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Sep 15, 2009
Hernando County planners deny adult congregate living facility — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Jul 25, 2009
Suncoast Rehabilitation Center appeals Hernando County Commission decision — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Type: Press
Author(s): Barbara Behrendt
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
SPRING HILL — Hernando county commissioners may have thought the controversy over plans to expand a drug rehab center died when they voted down the plan in June. Wrong. The property owner and construction company that wanted to expand the Suncoast Rehabilitation Center filed an appeal in Circuit Court late Thursday asking that a judge throw out the commission's decision. Toucan Partners LLC and Gulf Seas Construction Co. sought to erect new buildings at the 3-acre site off Cessna Drive to ...
Jun 10, 2009
Suncoast Rehabilitation Center can't expand, Hernando County Commission says — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Type: Press
Author(s): Barbara Behrendt
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
BROOKSVILLE — The Hernando County Commission on Tuesday turned down the expansion of a drug rehabilitation center in a residential area of Spring Hill off Cessna Drive. Commissioners voted 4 to 1 to deny Suncoast Rehabilitation Center's request to expand from 21 to 54 beds on a 3-acre parcel. Commissioners listened for more than an hour as neighborhood residents voiced concerns for the safety of children and elderly residents. Representatives of the center's program, Narconon of Spring Hill, which has ties ...
Jun 9, 2009
Hernando County denies expansion for drug rehabilitation center with Scientology ties — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Type: Press
Author(s): Barbara Behrendt
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
BROOKSVILLE — After listening to concerned neighbors for more than an hour Tuesday, the Hernando County Commission squashed plans to expand a drug rehabilitation center in Spring Hill off Cessna Drive. Toucan Partners LLC, a firm with ties to the Church of Scientology, owns the 3-acre site where the facility is located. Suncoast Rehabilitation Center wanted to grow from 21 to 54 beds, but neighbors said they worried about the safety of their children and elderly residents. Michael Burmann said he ...
Jun 7, 2009
Residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation center concerns Brooksville neighbors — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Type: Press
Author(s): Barbara Behrendt
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
BROOKSVILLE — Teena Fager used to enjoy her back yard, but that was before the new neighbors moved in behind her. What really put her off was the night earlier this year when she heard yelling coming from the property along her back lot line. "It was some guy," she said. "It was like someone being tortured." Fager prepared to call 911, but then she heard other voices — women and men laughing. It made her uneasy, and she doesn't use ...
Apr 29, 2009
Hernando commissioners delay debate on funds for central water system — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Type: Press
Author(s): Barbara Behrendt
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
BROOKSVILLE — Hernando County commissioners decided on Tuesday to delay discussions on whether to seek federal stimulus dollars for a central water system to help residents who have elevated levels of arsenic in their well water. State officials had asked Hernando to take preliminary steps to seek funding for a water system to serve homes in rural areas southeast of Brooksville. The system could cost $15 million, and state officials have sent mixed messages about how much the county could get ...
Apr 14, 2009
Suncoast Rehabilitation Center gets permission to expand — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Type: Press
Author(s): Barbara Behrendt
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
BROOKSVILLE — Over the fears of a parade of residents concerned about the safety of their homes, families and property values, the Planning and Zoning Commission on Monday approved the expansion of residential drug and alcohol treatment program in Spring Hill. Suncoast Rehabilitation Center on Cessna Drive sought a special exception to build two dormitories, an administration building and swimming and sports facilities. The expansion would more than double the program from 54 beds from 22 on a 3-acre parcel. A ...
Apr 13, 2009
Neighbors protest plans to expand Suncoast Rehabilitation Center in Spring Hill — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Type: Press
Author(s): Barbara Behrendt
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
SPRING HILL — Jeanine Bender stood at the corner of her Cessna Drive property one day last week shaking her head as yet another vehicle came up the driveway next door. On the adjacent property, heavy equipment was parked, and workers were putting up a large wood-panel fence. Trees that once separated Bender and her husband, Frank Weiss, from the buildings in the distance were gone. Now she has a clear view of the residential treatment center in her neighborhood and ...
Jul 8, 2008
Attorney: City can't trump state authority over Narconon — Northwest Florida Daily News
Type: Press
Source: Northwest Florida Daily News
DESTIN — Destin's hands are tied if Narconon Gulf Coast wants to open a home for recovering addicts in a city neighborhood, a city attorney says. "I'm aware that you're tempted to shoot the messenger on this because it may not be popular with all the residents," City Land-Use Attorney Scott Shirley told the City Council Monday. "It's something the city's required to accept." Narconon Gulf Coast wants to open a "community residential home" for recovering addicts, in addition to the ...
Jun 17, 2008
Destin not giving up on blocking Narconon — The Destin Log
More: nwfdailynews.com
Type: Press
Author(s): Fraser Sherman
Source: The Destin Log
New court rulings in South Florida may give Destin the power to stop Narconon Gulf Coast from opening a halfway house in a single-family neighborhood, City Councilor Dewey Destin says. “Give the land-use attorney the chance to do his job,” Councilor Destin told the council Monday, after which the council voted unanimously to have Land-Use Attorney Scott Shirley study the Boca Raton cases in question. The drug treatment program Narconon has been controversial because of its ties to Scientology, and became ...
Jun 4, 2008
Another drug program to open in Destin? — WJHG Channel 7
Type: Press
Author(s): Alex Denis
Source: WJHG Channel 7
Some residents in Destin are upset about the possibility of another Narconon drug rehabilitation center opening in their neighborhood. There's already one center operating in a residential area, and apparently some homeowners believe the program is too close to home, but the residents may not have a choice in the opening of the new facility. These trees hide the Narconon Gulf Cost a safe haven for recovering addicts. Debbie Ross and her husband converted their home off of scenic 98 into ...
Jun 3, 2008
Attorney: Destin’s hands are tied on Narconon in the neighborhood — Northwest Florida Daily News
Type: Press
Author(s): Fraser Sherman
Source: Northwest Florida Daily News
Destin can’t stop Narconon Gulf Coast from opening a “community residential home” for recovering addicts as long as the home abides by Florida law, the city’s land-use attorney says. “The state has made a decision to encourage the treatment of individuals â€Â¦ in a community homelike setting,” Land Use Attorney Scott Shirley told the City Council Monday, and that pre-empts the city’s zoning and even homeowner association covenants. It wasn’t what the council wanted to hear. “If I put myself in ...
Jun 3, 2008
Council: Narconon not city's business — Northwest Florida Daily News
Type: Press
Author(s): Fraser Sherman
Source: Northwest Florida Daily News
The Narconon drug-treatment program can open a "community residential home" for recovering addicts in a single-family neighborhood, city staffers say. "We have determined that they are abiding by the state statutes," said Destin Planning Manager Ken Gallander. "Now they have to get licensing from the state." Debbie Ross of Narconon Gulf Coast said that while Narconon has looked at a home in the Emerald Breeze subdivision off Emerald Coast Parkway, it has no firm plans, no contract and no lease. "We ...
May 27, 2008
Narconon rehab may land in Destin neighborhood — The Destin Log
Type: Press
Author(s): Fraser Sherman
Source: The Destin Log
It’s legal for the Narconon drug-treatment program to open a “community residential home” for recovering addicts in a Destin single-family neighborhood, city staffers say. “We have determined that they are abiding by the state statutes,” Current Planning Manager Ken Gallander told The Log. “Now they have to get licensing from the state.” Debbie Ross of Narconon Gulf Coast said that while Narconon has looked at the Emerald Breeze subdivision off Emerald Coast Parkway as a possible site, they have no firm ...
Aug 6, 2007
Narconon to meet with new potential neighbors — Northwest Florida Daily News
Type: Press
Author(s): Heather Civil
Source: Northwest Florida Daily News
MIRAMAR BEACH — Controversy over a proposed drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility has moved from one beachside neighborhood to another. Narconon Gulf Coast Inc. wants to purchase a beach house at 263 Snowdrift Road and turn it into a 28-bed residential facility. The nonprofit organization drew heated opposition earlier this year with its plan to buy a house on Scenic Gulf Drive for the same purpose. That purchase has since fallen through, and Narconon is now hoping to buy the house ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Feb 18, 2006
Scientology awards reach out to black community — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
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