Church's interest a concern - Neighbors object to Scientologists' offer to buy 1912 building - 2006-03-09

F140.png Church's interest a concern - Neighbors object to Scientologists' offer to buy 1912 building March 9, 2006, Charlie Goodyear, San Francisco Chronicle

"I have no problem with the idea of Scientology on its own," said Egan, "but their method of proselytizing -- it's as bad as the Hare Krishnas at the airport, or worse."

A little over two years ago, the church moved into and restored a building at the foot of North Beach on Montgomery Street. Apparent expansion plans have led it to inquire with City College, owner of the nearby Colombo Building at Columbus Avenue and Washington Street, about a possible purchase.

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