Scientology hypes downtown auditorium but still lacks a building permit - 2019-12-07

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F7.png Scientology hypes downtown auditorium but still lacks a building permit December 7, 2019, Tracey McManus, Tampa Bay Times

CLEARWATER — In October, the Church of Scientology's Freedom magazine published renderings of L. Ron Hubbard Hall, a long-planned 3,600-seat auditorium honoring the group's founder on the campus of its international spiritual headquarters downtown.

"As designs are finalized, permits acquired and land prepared, the buzz is speeding around the globe," the publication declared, adding that Scientologists were spreading the news "like wildfire."

Since then, Scientology has pushed social media ads calling the project "the largest architectural undertaking in Clearwater's history" and suggested it was ready to start.

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