Scientology calls tent wrap important, but city declares it an illegal sign - 2013-10-31

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F7.png Scientology calls tent wrap important, but city declares it an illegal sign October 31, 2013, Charlie Frago, Tampa Bay Times

City officials have decided that the wrap, embossed with an acronym for "Keeping Scientology Working" and the phrase "The Golden Age of Tech" in enormous lettering, violates the city sign code because it exceeds the 30-odd-square feet of lettering allowed for a structure that size.

Scientology has until next Tuesday or Wednesday to remove the wrap from the 150,000-square-foot tent, Delk said. If the church doesn't, it could be subject to a fine of up to $250 a day following a city Code Enforcement Board hearing Nov. 20.


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