Church moving in after lawsuit settled - 2015-10-15

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F0.png Church moving in after lawsuit settled October 15, 2015, John Ruch, Reporter Newspapers

Three years after settling a parking dispute that exploded into a freedom-of-religion lawsuit, the Church of Scientology of Georgia is finally preparing its new church in Sandy Springs.

Heavy interior and exterior work has been underway since the summer on the mansion-like former real estate office at 5395 Roswell Road at the intersection with Glenridge Drive. The Georgia Church of Scientology, currently based in Doraville, did not respond to questions about an opening date, but a person answering its phone said the church still plans to move in.

The church bought the property around 2005, but first sought rezoning for use as a place of worship in 2009. The church, then based in Dunwoody, proposed a $3 million renovation and said it had about 100 active members.

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