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New York State org addresses - Aug 2004

Post by don_carlo » Mon Aug 16, 2004 12:32 am

Church of Scientology of Buffalo
836 Main Street
Buffalo, NY 14202
Tel: (716) 856-3910
Fax: (716) 853-1387
cofsbuff@localnet.com
Web Site: www.scientology-buffalo.org

Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre New York
65 East 82nd Street
New York, NY 10028
Tel: 212-288-1526
E-mail: ccnewyork@earthlink.net
Web Site: www.scientology-ccnewyork.org

Church of Scientology of Long Island
99 Railroad Station Plaza
Hicksville, NY 11801-2850
Tel: 516-939-2250
E-mail: cofslongisland@earthlink.net
Web Site: www.scientology-longisland.org

Church of Scientology of New York
2 West 43rd Street
New York, NY 10036-1409
Tel: (212) 921-1210
E-mail: cofsnewyork@earthlink.net
Web Site: www.scientology-newyork.org

from http://www.scientology-cclondon.org/other.htm

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Post by free_for_real » Mon Aug 16, 2004 1:45 am

Buffalo org was supposedly doing so great after the move to the new building. No way!! Under much pressure because of down stats, the E.D. blew and a new E.D. was brought in a.s.a.p.

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Post by free_for_real » Mon Aug 16, 2004 1:47 am

New York, NY org. has only young kids who work in ethics and have reports of several affluent people who no longer want anything to do with them because of bogus ethics and justice handlings.

mmmm.........sounds familiar.

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Post by don_carlo » Mon Aug 16, 2004 5:36 pm

New York State and NYC missions

Church of Scientology Mission of Albany
Pega Plaza Suite 103
2021 Western Avenue
Albany NY 12203
Tel: 518-464-6427
Fax: 518-452-0007
E-mail: cofsalbanymission@earthlink.net

Church of Scientology Mission of Harlem
2250 3rd Street
Harlem NY 10035
Tel: 212-828-1825
E-mail: info@scientology-harlem.org

Church of Scientology Mission of Middletown
21 Mill Street
Liberty, NY 12754
Tel: 845-292-1770
Fax: 845-292-8832
E-mail: cofs@catskill.net

Church of Scientology Mission of Queens
56-03 214th St.
Bayside, NY 11364
Tel: 718-229-0239
E-mail: cofsqueensmission@earthlink.net

Church of Scientology Mission of Queens, Spanish
150-18 Liberty Ave.
Jamaica Queens, New York City 11435
Tel: 917 365-3795
E-mail: spanishqueens@earthlink.net

Church of Scientology Mission of Rochester
866 Dewitt Rd
Webster, NY 14580
Tel: 585-787-1177
E-mail: cofsrny@rochester.rr.com

Church of Scientology Mission of Rockland
11 Holland Ave
White Plains, NY 10603
Tel: 914-686-6297
E-mail: cofswestchestermission@earthlink.net

Church of Scientology Mission of Staten Island
190 Cebra Ave
Staten Island, NY 10304
Tel: 718-448-4080

Church of Scientology Mission of Washington Heights
4963 Broadway
New York, NY 10034

from http://www.smi.org/address/eus01.htm

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Post by don_carlo » Sun Aug 29, 2004 4:40 am

NY org Sep 26 grand opening
ars thread started by The Mail Man.
QUOTE: The NY Org is planning... a grand opening in their
newly renovated building on Sep 26, at 11 AM, and they want to make it a
spectacular event.

Take a look at this email below from Jean Brasel. She's an OT ambassador
and is involved with getting people to go to NY to do reno's, and they want
a lot of people to go.

But here's the catch, they pay your trip if you 'volunteer' to go
there and help with the updating of their CF. Ha! I still remember
the fiasco at the complex when they 'hired' hundreds of
'volunteers' to get the CFs of LA Org, ASHO and AO for exchange
of training.

Due to the obscene prices that David Miscavige keeps on imposing on
scientologists, a lot of people of course volunteerd, but the problem
was, that later on, someone said 'it was off policy' and as usual,
they did not delivered what they promised.

So here we have it again my friends, "free room and board" plus
airfare for exchange of 'volunteer', they call it volunteer, so they
can later renege on their promises.

Of course, a lot of people want to go to NY, so I am sure this a
trick for the 'grand' opening event, as it will make them look like
there's a lot of people for the event. As usual, they're back to their
tricks to make themselves look upstat to the rest of the world.


TO:
Aug 26,2004
Subject: New York Org renos


The NY Org is slated to present its newly renovated building on
September 26, 11 AM, with their grand opening.
It promises to be a spectacular event!

What is needed immediately is for volunteers
to go to NY to help with their CF files, as this needs to be
done in line with the opening. They will pay ALL expenses,
airfare, room and board.


Somehow I don't get what this is about. CF stand for Central Files, right?
Why do they need 'volunteers' for, extending the CF database of NY org?




Policy requires that CF (Central Files) be kept up to date. That means that
when a person purchases a book or service from that org, a folder is made up
(actual folder not just a computer entry) with the person's name and a copy
of the invoice is placed in the folder. Each time this person purchases a service
or book, a copy of the invoice is placed in his CF folder. These folders are
kept in big file cabinets in the org.

Staff are required to write letters to CF. A carbon copy of each letter is to
be placed in the person's CF folder.

The paperwork in a Scn org is simply outrageous. CF files are never up
to date which means there are usually years worth of copies of invoices
thrown in "to be filed" boxes as well as CF file folders all over the place
and never returned to their proper place in the file cabinet.

Part of this has to do with the fact that the orgs are so short staffed
and don't have anyone to file these things on a daily basis. The other
problem is that this is a cult stuck in the 50's with paper files, folders and
file cabinets. They are stuck with this policy and can update it to include
computer files but they can't just stop using the paper files because
that would violate LRH policy.

The volunteers are needed to go in to the org and round up years
worth of invoices and letters and get them all filed alphabetically and
correct all the "addunk" address unknown and duplicate address.
Cerridwen
END QUOTE

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Post by barky » Sun Aug 29, 2004 6:18 pm

"the E.D. blew"

OMG!! :shock:

I knew the Buffalo E.D., er, one of them at least. Don't know if there's been a lot of "churn" of Buffalo's E.D.s.

She was a weird bird. She was both gung-ho on Scn but also grounded in reality. At least when I knew her, she understood what real lower-middle class life was like. Her hubby was a Spanish-speaking DMSMH auditor, a real nice guy.

I thought she was doing well up there (in Scn terms anyway).

I hope she's all right, and her blow marks a return to normalcy for her and her husband.


Barky

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Post by pitbull » Sun Aug 29, 2004 6:30 pm

anyone have some way to get ahold of their promo literature for this opening?

Then we could engage in some "culture-jamming" and make some similer brochures to hand out that would include links to xenu.net.
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Post by larry » Thu Sep 02, 2004 7:24 am

The New York Org grand opening? That is a real laugh. The building is EXACTLY the same size as it was before, the difference is, new paneling, new rugs, that sort of thing and it is in the most WORST section of the city, MIDTOWN! The noise alone from the cars is UNBELIEVABLE and that people can study in that environment is amazing. And it SMELLS! New York smells so bad most of the time. A few blocks away is Times Square. What the hell do people see in that place?

Larry

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Post by barky » Fri Sep 03, 2004 1:07 am

It was a pretty skanky org, that's for sure. The one time I was in there, the stairway going to the second floor was indistinguishable from the stairwell going down to the local subway.


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Post by dakota » Thu Sep 09, 2004 7:57 pm

hi don't know if anyone else on here in from NYC, but i am considering checking out the 'grand opening'.....not to protest or anything (hmmm, but there too is a thought)...just have a little look around the "palatial" new digs....anyone care to come with?

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Post by pitbull » Fri Sep 10, 2004 4:41 am

Possibly. I wonder if they would let me in the door?
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Post by dakota » Fri Sep 10, 2004 9:12 pm

Will they recognize you PB? They haven't a clue who I am as I was never 'in' though I have been known to stop people from going in there from time to time (and always treat myself to a nice big martini when successful ;))
cheers,
dakota

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Post by pitbull » Sat Sep 11, 2004 4:15 am

I would love to meet you for a Martini. Where will you be around 6:00 tomorrow evening? Leave an e-mail or phone #.
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Post by dakota » Mon Sep 13, 2004 5:55 pm

Hi, sorry I was not on line this weekend. You can email me at hazeleyes10016@yahoo.com

cheers,
dakota

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Post by pitbull » Mon Sep 13, 2004 6:41 pm

Hey there. I just sent you an e-mail.

By the way, what is your favorite vodka for a
Martini? There just happens to be a very
nice russian bar not too far away from the
New York Org.
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