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Five Frederick County Council members signed a seven-page document Tuesday afternoon to explain their 2015 decision that ultimately blocked the opening of a Church of Scientology-affiliated substance abuse treatment center on Catoctin Mountain.

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In new court filings, a company affiliated with the Church of Scientology that wants to build a substance abuse treatment center on Catoctin Mountain said the Frederick County Council voted against the site’s application for historic designation because of religious animosity.

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A company affiliated with the Church of Scientology put its plans for a substance abuse treatment center on Catoctin Mountain at risk when it bought property that was not already zoned to allow that use, Frederick County will argue at an upcoming court hearing.

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The purpose of this op-ed is to dispel some of the false perceptions about Narconon and the Church of Scientology that have appeared in the press recently and to provide readers with access to the facts.

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Not even a week ago, I attended a symposium at Frederick Community College informing us of the alarming epidemic of heroin use, overdoses and deaths in this county. The overwhelming consensus was we need more help — money, services and education.

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The article in The Frederick News-Post on the proposed Narconon center at Trout Run and the Church of Scientology is nothing more than a PR piece for Narconon and Scientology, and irresponsible journalism (“Scientology ties cloud perceptions of Narconon,” Tuesday).

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The whole premise of who, how, why and the desperate attempts at historical justification of the current owners of Trout Run property should concern everyone and warrant careful review. Many are already concerned and have raised issues about Scientology, Narconon and the intended drug rehab …

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The County Council needs to do their due diligence when making their decision about the Trout Run property in Thurmont. The decision on whether to allow Narconon into our community is one of intent. What is the real intention of Narconon? Is the intention to cure the heroin epidemic in the D…

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The County Council needs to do their due diligence when making their decision about the Trout Run property in Thurmont. The decision on whether to allow Narconon into our community is one of intent. What is the real intention of Narconon? Is the intention to cure the heroin epidemic in the D…

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In a few weeks the County Council will be making a momentous decision: Whether or not to approve the historic designation for Trout Run. I am sure they are aware of the impact their decision could have, not only on us, the citizens of Frederick County, but the property that Trout Run is loca…

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The Frederick News-Post sat down Monday with Church of Scientology National Affairs Office Deputy Director Sylvia Stanard and her husband, Church of Scientology National Director of Social Betterment Programs and Policy John Stanard. 

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Five Frederick County Council members signed a seven-page document Tuesday afternoon to explain their 2015 decision that ultimately blocked the opening of a Church of Scientology-affiliated substance abuse treatment center on Catoctin Mountain.

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In new court filings, a company affiliated with the Church of Scientology that wants to build a substance abuse treatment center on Catoctin Mountain said the Frederick County Council voted against the site’s application for historic designation because of religious animosity.

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A company affiliated with the Church of Scientology put its plans for a substance abuse treatment center on Catoctin Mountain at risk when it bought property that was not already zoned to allow that use, Frederick County will argue at an upcoming court hearing.

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The purpose of this op-ed is to dispel some of the false perceptions about Narconon and the Church of Scientology that have appeared in the press recently and to provide readers with access to the facts.

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The Frederick News-Post sat down Monday with Church of Scientology National Affairs Office Deputy Director Sylvia Stanard and her husband, Church of Scientology National Director of Social Betterment Programs and Policy John Stanard.