The saga of the Church of Scientology vs. the City of Sandy Springs may finally be drawing to a close.

According to a public notice, there will be a hearing about the case on the June 19 City Council meeting at 6 p.m.  at Sandy Springs City Hall, located at 7840 Roswell Road, Building 500.

Information about how the church and the city resolved the lawsuit is not yet available.

According to federal court records, the two parties met in a mediation session on March 26.

The consent order filed on March 30 says the church and the city didn’t finalize an agreement during that session but says both sides considered a revised parking plan.

The Church of Scientology sued the city over the church’s application to open at 5395 Roswell Road. The city approved the application in 2009, but did not allow the church to expand space at the building because of limited parking, sparking a lawsuit that alleged the city violated the church’s religious freedom.

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