Featured in this magazine are some who share all the same reasons for thinking of Clearwater when they say “home is where the heart is.” But they also have one other thing in common: They are all Scientologists.
Number of Scientologists who live, work and play in the Tampa Bay Area
The November 2013 announcement by Mr. David Miscavige, the ecclesiastic leader of the Scientology religion, that the religion’s Cathedral, the Flag Building, was completed, heralded another monumental project for the Scientology religion—the opening of L. Ron Hubbard Hall.
Five years ago, FSU economists determined the Church of Scientology generates $1 billion annual impact into the local economy. What does that mean?
Around every corner you can find people in the community working together, combining their strengths and resources toward a better tomorrow for all in their wake.
More interested in their own agenda than the future of Clearwater, the Tampa Bay Times has worked to sabotage the recommendation of the Urban Land Institute.
Real estate and land use experts of the Urban Land Institute give their city revitalization recommendations from experience.
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