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amy taxin • antelope valley press • braley building @ 35 south raymond avenue pasadena ca united states • california • charlie goodyear • church of scientology of orange county • clark carr • cost • eden stein • elise kleeman • gavin newsom • jeffrey g. "jeff" quiros • jennifer delson • marie murillo • marlo jo fisher • masonic temple @ 505 north sycamore street santa ana ca united states • membership • narconon (aka scientology drug rehab) • narconon international • narconon southern california • orange county register • pasadena star-news • real estate • san francisco • san francisco chronicle (california)
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11 matching items found between Jan 2006 and Dec 2006. Furthermore, there are 902 matching items for all time not shown.
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Dec 28, 2006
Church has big to-do list before making its move: For Scientologists, fixing up the historic Ramona building for a new headquarters is next year's priority — Sacramento Bee (California)
Type: Press
Author(s): Edgar Sanchez
Source: Sacramento Bee (California)
Dec. 28–The Church of Scientology is eager to move to a new Sacramento address. But 14 months after buying the downtown Ramona building for $4.75 million, with plans of converting it into its new local headquarters, the church has yet to call the movers. "Many things need to get done" before the 77-year-old Ramona is ready to physically accommodate its new owner, church spokesman Mike Klagenberg said last week. The list includes: getting City Hall's permission to begin a planned $3 ...
Dec 8, 2006
New neighbors to move in // Scientologists buy historic Raymond Avenue building — Pasadena Star-News
Type: Press
Source: Pasadena Star-News
PASADENA — The last holdout tenant in the Braley Building has come to an agreement with the Church of Scientology, which is now geared up for a speedy takeover of the Old Pasadena landmark. La Fornaretta restaurant owner Cesare DiLorenzo said he closed after coming to a "satisfactory agreement" with church officials negotiating to buy out his 19-year lease. The financial details are "really personal," he said, declining to disclose the amount. "We met halfway," said Di Lorenzo, whose restaurant operated ...
Nov 8, 2006
Scientology groups to pay back $3.5 million; They agree to return `profits' from a Ponzi scheme run by financial advisor Reed Slatkin. — Los Angeles Times (California)
Oct 24, 2006
Campaign Reporting and Campaign Recordkeeping Violations // In the Matter of Jeffrey E. Stone and Committee to Elect Jeff Stone —66th Assembly District, FPPC No. 02/1065 — State of California
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Oct 3, 2006
Fighting good roads and fair weather — Vyuz (San Diego, California)
Jul 22, 2006
Controversial Narconon facility to face public hearing Tuesday — Antelope Valley Press
Type: Press
Author(s): Lisa Wahla Howard
Source: Antelope Valley Press
The head of Narconon International says Bouquet Canyon is a great place to open a drug rehab center. But some neighbors strongly disagree, citing state records to back up their opposition. The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors will have a public hearing Tuesday morning in downtown Los Angeles on plans for the Scientology-based drug rehabilitation program in Leona Valley. Narconon Southern California plans to turn an abandoned boarding school on Bouquet Canyon Road into a rehab center for 66 people, ...
Jul 6, 2006
Scientology moving into downtown — Pasadena Star-News
Type: Press
Author(s): Elise Kleeman
Source: Pasadena Star-News
Neighbors' reaction on group's relocation mixed Pasadena — Scientologists will soon have a sizable presence in Old Pasadena. Last week, local members of the Church of Scientology purchased the historic Braley Building, at 35 S. Raymond Ave., and immediately donated it to their church. "We have been looking for a building for quite some time now," said Eden Stein, president of the church's Pasadena branch. "People love beautiful things; this will be a beautiful space for our parishioners to go to." ...
Apr 13, 2006
Church of Scientology to buy Santa Ana landmark building — Orange County Register
Type: Press
Author(s): Marlo Jo Fisher, Amy Taxin
Source: Orange County Register
The Church of Scientology is buying Santa Ana's former Masonic Temple. SANTA ANA - Developer Mike Harrah is selling Santa Ana's historic downtown Masonic Temple, which he spent millions restoring as a performing-arts center, to the Church of Scientology. The sale has drawn the ire of some historic preservationists. The building is one of four that Harrah said he's selling to raise money to build his high-rise tower downtown. Church spokeswoman Marie Murillo said the building is being purchased for an ...
Apr 13, 2006
Historic Santa Ana building is for sale — Los Angeles Times (California)
Type: Press
Author(s): Jennifer Delson
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
The owner of the former Masonic Temple is negotiating with the Church of Scientology. Proceeds will help fund his 37-story office tower. The developer who bought up and then rebuilt much of Santa Ana's downtown is negotiating to sell one of his prized historic buildings to the Church of Scientology. Mike Harrah spent $11 million to restore the four-story building, which features three theaters with ornate moldings, painted ceilings and enormous candelabra. Reborn as the Santa Ana Performing Arts and Event ...
Apr 12, 2006
Historic Santa Ana building sold to Scientologists — Orange County Register
Type: Press
Author(s): Marlo Jo Fisher, Amy Taxin
Source: Orange County Register
Santa Ana — The Church of Scientology is purchasing the 75-year-old historic Masonic Temple in downtown Santa Ana from entrepreneur Mike Harrah, both sides confirmed today. Escrow should close “within a week or so,” church spokeswoman Marie Murillo said. She declined to say how much the church will pay for the structure, which was restored several years ago and has been serving as a performing arts center. Harrah, who had previously denied he was selling it to the church, said he ...
Mar 9, 2006
Church's interest a concern: Neighbors object to Scientologists' offer to buy 1912 building — San Francisco Chronicle (California)
Type: Press
Author(s): Charlie Goodyear
Source: San Francisco Chronicle (California)
San Francisco's North Beach, the city's bohemian quarter, has said "no" to chain stores through zoning laws to preserve the quirky, colorful character found in its cafes, clothing shops, bookstores and nightclubs. Now, some merchants and the supervisor whose district includes North Beach are eyeing a new land-use restriction to block a real estate acquisition being considered by the Church of Scientology, whose religious marketing practices strike some as inconsistent with the neighborhood's live-and-let-live ways. "I think it is a real ...
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