David C Pack went before the City of Wadsworth and fought to have the road on his property closed to the public. Pack is following in the footsteps of secretive Armstrognite cult leader Gerald Flurry. Neither one can have any lookey-loos driving through their property. More importantly this is being done to keep out disgruntled former members and ex-COGites. After breaking up hundreds of marriages and families, Dave has to maintain control so that these angry people do not set foot on his sacred City on the Hill.
In the following news brief it it also points out that Pack is planning on building executive housing on his property, just like Gerald Flurry. I guess his large home in Wadsworth is no longer adequate for the worlds greatest Church of God leader EVEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEER!
WADSWORTH: The city’s Planning Commission this week approved a request by the Restored Church of God to have most of Ambassador Drive declared a gated private roadway.
Ambassador Drive was planned to be a link between Hartman Road and Akron Road, but the Restored Church of God is expected to purchase most of the land accessed by that roadway.
The church has built its world headquarters at that location and is constructing another building to serve as a printing facility.Also during the planners’ meeting Monday, the church withdrew a request to build residential dwellings on the property to be leased to church executives. The proposal will be brought back at a later date. Read the rest here: Church in Wadsworth wins approval for privatization of road