Talk:Church Office Building
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|WikiProject United States / Utah||(Rated Start-class, Low-importance)|
I was wondering what the group would think about my adding a link to an on-line tour of temple square to this article. The link is located at http://www.allaboutmormons.com/templesquare.php. I should disclose that I am the creator of the site, which is why I wanted to make sure it was alright with the group before posting the link myself. I hope I've proceeded appropriately, as I'm new to Wikipedia and don't understand all of its policies.
- Because I was only the second person to post to this discussion, and because no one has responded, I’m going to assume this page has no associated active discussion and that I may never get a response. I’ve gotten positive responses to my request to post a link to my on-line tour of temple square at Temple Square, so I’m going to assume it’s alright to proceed here as well. Please let me know if I’m mistaken. SLCMormon 18:15, 15 July 2006 (UTC)
Tallest Building Myth
I was reading this article and noticed that there is no mention of the popular belief in Utah that the Church Office Building is the tallest in the state of Utah, and the government, under influence of the Church, has mandated that no structure may be taller. This is obviously a myth; the Wells Fargo Center is taller than the Church Office Building and therefore such a legislature cannot exist.
I believe this information would be a good addition to the article, as it would clear up a misconception about the LDS Church. Are there any ideas about what such a section would be called, or any sources that could be used to write it? -Robert Skyhawk (Talk) 22:26, 18 March 2008 (UTC)