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5395 roswell road ne atlanta ga united states • amy wenk • georgia • real estate • sandy springs reporter (georgia) • w. woodson "woody" galloway
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Sep 3, 2009
Opposition still strong for Scientologists — Sandy Springs Reporter (Georgia)
Type: Press
Author(s): Amy Wenk
Source: Sandy Springs Reporter (Georgia)
The Church of Scientology has sparked a battle this year in Sandy Springs. Since March, hundreds of residents from 14 neighborhood or civic associations have adamantly opposed the church relocating from Dunwoody to the property it purchased in late 2005 at the intersection of Roswell Road and Glenridge Drive. Those citizens have, month after month, meeting after meeting, grasped the podium to voice their concerns about traffic and parking. They have implored city boards and planning staff to deny the rezoning ...
Aug 21, 2009
Council defers Scientology decision — Sandy Springs Reporter (Georgia)
Type: Press
Author(s): Amy Wenk
Source: Sandy Springs Reporter (Georgia)
Concerned residents who filled Sandy Springs City Council chambers Tuesday, Aug. 18 to hear the fate of the Church of Scientology, which wants to relocate from Dunwoody to Sandy Springs, will have to wait. The Council was scheduled to vote on the church's rezoning application that if approved would allow religious use of property the congregation purchased in 2005 at the intersection of Roswell Road and Glenridge Drive. But discussion on the application was short-lived. The city's staff recommended a 60-day ...
May 1, 2009
Scientologists' move meets opposition — Sandy Springs Reporter (Georgia)
Type: Press
Author(s): Amy Wenk
Source: Sandy Springs Reporter (Georgia)
Sandy Springs residents roared over the Church of Scientology's rezoning request at a community-developer resolution meeting April 23. It was the initial public discussion for the application, which is scheduled to go before the City Council on June 16. Now based in Dunwoody, the church wants to move to 5395 Roswell Road at the corner of Glenridge Drive. [Picture]The Dunwoody-based Church of Scientology plans to relocate to 5395 Roswell Road at the corner of Glenridge Drive, a property purchased around 2005. ...
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