What Are You Thoughts on Church of Scientology Vote? Take Our Poll

Sandy Springs City Council wants to give residents more time to be informed on rebuilding plans for the Church of Scientology property at Glenridge Drive and Roswell Road.


On Tuesday, on a zoning modification, which is about parking spaces for a Church of Scientology office building that would be converted to a church. They want to give residents more time to be informed and speak out on the issue.

Many residents, who live near the property, at Glenridge and Roswell Road have said their are concerned about increased traffic accidents at an already dangerous intersection. Others believe church-goers will park in their neighborhood.

The Church of Scientology has already sued Sandy Springs for discrimination. Where do you stand on the issue? 

Take our poll and let us know what you think in the comments. 

Louanne Lee June 25, 2012 at 09:43 PM
So, classic, would you then please have the guts to post in your real name, like any upright citizen with something valid to say? Anonymous personal attacks won't change the fact that this simple administrative process has left the realm of the law a while ago.
choocho June 26, 2012 at 03:58 AM
But "Louanne", your real name is Lisa Lirones and you are a Scientology Office of Special Affairs internet pr-person posting from a Scientology office building in Glendale, California. Doesn't it take a little bit of nerve to challenge someone to post under their real name?
choocho June 26, 2012 at 04:02 AM
Translation: Louanne's group , Scientology's Office of Special Affairs, spent a month and tons of money on private detectives to find some dirt to blackmail the council, found nothing instead, and are now unhappy.
choocho June 26, 2012 at 04:04 AM
Bill Sacks works in a Scientology Office building in Glendale, California.
Jan R July 16, 2012 at 03:47 PM
If you attended any of the meetings on the subject, you would know that the religion does not enter into the decision in any way. It is strictly a traffic/zoning/parking issue that all of the residents I've heard speak on the topic have talked about.


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