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Reference materials Gizmo building @ 410 Central Avenue SW Albuquerque NM United States
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Oct 7, 2008
Rules set for downtown Scientology project — KRQE
Type: TV
Source: KRQE
ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - The Albuquerque City Council Monday night unanimously denied the Church of Scientology's request to apply for a permissive-use permit for a downtown building. The church wants to convert the former Gizmo Store building in the 500 block of Central Avenue SW into the local Scientology center. A permissive-use permit would make that easier. Instead the council agreed with the ruling of a hearing officer who determined the Scientologists must seek a conditional-use permit. That will require another hearing. ...
Jun 10, 2008
Church Appeals to Panel — Albuquerque Journal
Type: Press
Author(s): Sean Olson
Source: Albuquerque Journal
The Church of Scientology of New Mexico was back for another city zoning hearing Monday as part of its attempt to relocate its church to Downtown Albuquerque. The church wants to move to the Gizmo building at Fourth and Central but has faced some community opposition and zoning challenges, delaying the building's proposed remodeling. "We're not arguing with the city; we just want to sort all this out," church community affairs director Sandy Block said Monday. Monday's hearing took up the ...
Jun 9, 2008
Appeal heard for Downtown church — New Mexico Business Weekly
Type: Press
Author(s): Tom O'Connell
Source: New Mexico Business Weekly
Albuquerque's land use hearing officer has 10 days to present his recommendation to the City Council for the special zoning of a church for the Church of Scientology in Downtown. In a public appeal of a code compliance official's declaratory ruling on churches in the City Council Committee room this morning, Church of Scientology of New Mexico attorney David Campbell told Land Use Hearing Officer Steven Chavez that the Downtown 2010 Sector Plan is not allowed, per state and federal law, ...
May 16, 2008
Rocks and accusations fly as church prepares appeal — New Mexico Business Weekly
Type: Press
Author(s): Tom O'Connell
Source: New Mexico Business Weekly
The black paint on the rock is indistinct, but Church of Scientology of New Mexico representative Sanford Block said it looks like someone tried to spray paint the letter "A." It was tossed in March through an office window at the group's Albuquerque headquarters, cracking a glass-framed portrait of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard, Block said. No one has claimed responsibility. Block said the "A" would stand for Anonymous, a shadowy Internet organization that in January began holding protests outside Scientology ...
Jan 11, 2008
Proposed Downtown Scientology site on hold — New Mexico Business Weekly
Type: Press
Author(s): Tom O'Connell
Source: New Mexico Business Weekly
At a conditional use hearing today at the Albuquerque Planning Department, the Church of Scientology of New Mexico and those opposed to its plan to turn a landmark Downtown building into a Scientology center were not allowed to outline their respective arguments. Zoning Hearing Examiner Roberto Albertorio, who presided over the hearing, denied the church an opportunity to present its case, which its attorney, David Campbell, was prepared to do. Albertorio cited jurisdictional problems, saying that any decision he would make ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jan 10, 2008
Scientologists spark downtown fight — KRQE
Jan 4, 2008
Mayor: Scientologists' proposed Downtown site 'problematic' — New Mexico Business Weekly
Dec 27, 2007
Church Of Scientology Wants Downtown Location — KOAT Albuquerque
Dec 21, 2007
Scientologists eye a move to Downtown — New Mexico Business Weekly
Sep 20, 2007
Scientology Moves In Downtown — alibi
Type: Press
Author(s): Marisa Demarco
Source: alibi
The night clubs, shops and lunch spots of downtown Albuquerque are about to get a new neighbor. The Church of Scientology is in the process of purchasing the Gizmo's building at 410 Central SE near Fourth Street, says Gabriel Rivera, a redevelopment planner with City Planning. "From what I've heard, in other places and other cities, [Scientologists] usually locate in the Downtown areas," Rivera says. Local Scientologists confirmed the deal. Plans for the church are extensive, says Beth Akiyama, director of ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
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