FREDERICK, Md. (AP) — Lawyers for a Scientology-affiliated drug rehab facility are appealing a Frederick County Council vote that rejected a plan to turn a former presidential fishing spot into a Narconon drug rehabilitation center.

A request for judicial review was filed in Frederick County Circuit court on Wednesday, though the short filing did not specify reasons for the appeal.

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Bruce Dean, an attorney for the project, says it was premature to describe the grounds for the appeal.

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The Frederick County Council voted 6-1 in June against placing Trout Run on the county’s historic register. The designation would have enabled Social Betterment Properties to make changes otherwise barred by land-use restrictions.

The 40-acre resort in the Catoctin Mountains was visited by presidents Herbert Hoover and Dwight D. Eisenhower.

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