| Church's 22,000-Seat Hall Is an Open and Shut Case|
|"A waterfall plunges through a 'canyon.'
Aspens and evergreens grow to the edge of a three-acre alpine "meadow."
The setting sounds bucolic but it is not. It is the rooftop of a 1.5-
million-sq-ft conference center smack in the middle of Salt Lake City.
The $240-million building for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
Saints houses a 22,000-seat hall, described by church officials as the
| Two Years Before Games, Governor's Point Man for Olympics Preparations Quits|
|With only two years before the opening of the
2002 Winter Olympic Games, LDS Church member John Fowler, State
Olympics coordinator, unexpectedly left the Olympic committee to
become the chief financial officer of a private company headquartered
in Florida. Fowler said it wasn't the only opportunity he had
received since Gov. Mike Leavitt appointed him in September of 1977.|
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