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City California City Claremont Corning Davis La Cañada Flintridge Millbrae Napa Pacifica Pismo Beach Rancho Cordova Redwood City San Gabriel Yorba Linda Reply The City of California City has adopted a "Sexually Oriented Business" ordinance based on zoning laws that is VERY comprehensive...I can Attached is Claremont Adult Business Ordinance. Our small City has an excellent Adult Business Code that follows the line of the League model. Our regulations are athttp://www.city.davis.ca.us/cmo/citycode/detail.cfm?p=40&q=1944It hasn't been used (unless perhaps as a deterrant) We don’t have any experience with that, but I would recommend that you contact the City of La Habra, California, where they just won a cou In my experience, most cities have adopted some version of the same basic ordinance ( which may have originated in Los Angeles in the 19 We do not have any experience with enforcement, as we only have one low key adult business in the City, but we did adopt an adult enterta We don't have anything really complex here. A use permit from the Planning Commission is required, and the use must be at least 500 feet Here are two draft ordinances that are currently under consideration by the City of Pismo Beach. It is almost certain that they will both be ad We have prepared an update to the City's adult business regulations (copy attached) that addresses most of the issues you are working on. From: PLG-Charles Jany Sent: Tuesday, January 25, 2005 11:57 AMTo: 'email@example.com'Subject: RE: HCED Listserve Adult Business R You might be interested in this very recent ruling by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals upholding the City of La Habra’s requirement that dan Andrew, See attached, recently adopted ordinance in Article V of the Chapter. I would recommend working very closely with legal counsel o is VERY comprehensive...I can fax it to you, but don't have it on my computer to e-mail. It is based on the one in Los Angeles and Lancaster, and has wit unless perhaps as a deterrant) or tested.KatherineKatherine HessCommunity Development Administrator, City of Davis(530)757-5652 (voice) S C ornia, where they just won a court case outlawing lap dances in their City. I believe they may have helpful information for you. teve Castellanos ity of La ginated in Los Angeles in the 1980’s). One of the basic themes that run through that ordinance is the concept of “specified anatomical areas”. Simi Valley ut we did adopt an adult entertainment ordinance as part of our comprehensive zoning ordinance update in 2003. It is online at www.cityofnapa.org. Go t e use must be at least 500 feet from a residential zoning district, a residential use, another adult business, a school, a church, a public beach or public par certain that they will both be adopted pretty much as drawn, although there will be a change to the spacing exemption. These ordinances are based on cu f the issues you are working on. Please feel free to give me a call if you have any questions: (916) 231-2250 --Eric Norris, AICPRancho Cordova Planning CED Listserve Adult Business RegulationsYou can look at Article 27 of Redwood City's Zoning Ordinance onSexually Oriented Businesses as well as Chap S M C C La Habra’s requirement that dancers in adult clubs must maintain a minimum 2’ separation from patrons. incerely, ark Gallatin, AICP ity Planner ity of very closely with legal counsel on developing a valid ordinance. Good luck.David Brantley Senior Planner City of Yorba Linda Planning Division (714) 961- Los Angeles and Lancaster, and has withstood court challenges on a number of its parts. We have not yet been tested here but the way the world wags it Davis(530)757-5652 (voice) S C on for you. teve Castellanos ity of La Cañada Flintridge specified anatomical areas”. Simi Valley, for example, has this ordinance. In its current form, that ordinance probably does not address all the issues you It is online at www.cityofnapa.org. Go to either “municipal code, title 15, section 17.52.030”, or for an easier-to-read version, go to “Departments, Commu ol, a church, a public beach or public park. Michael Crabtree Planning Director City of Pacifica ption. These ordinances are based on current case law and various model ordinances, and should be about as up to date as one can make them. If you a c Norris, AICPRancho Cordova Planning ally Oriented Businesses as well as Chapter 18B of our MunicipalCode which have been in place since 1998,(so far, so good):www.redwodcity.org1) Select M C C , ark Gallatin, AICP ity Planner ity of San Gabriel Yorba Linda Planning Division (714) 961-7134 ested here but the way the world wags it probably won't be long. Please advise if you want to have me fax the portions of the Municipal Code that incorpo D C C ably does not address all the issues you raise, but it could still be a good starting point. avid Petrovich, AICP ity Planner ommunity Development Depart ad version, go to “Departments, Community Development Dept., Planning Division, Library of documents, zoning ordinance, chapter 17.52 and section 17 to date as one can make them. If you are interested in more background on them, I can send you the latest staff report by the city attorney partner, who d r, so good):www.redwodcity.org1) Select "Departments" on upper right; open this window and scroll down2) "Community Development Department", 3) Scr tions of the Municipal Code that incorporate that ordinance; I would be happy to. Helen Dennis, City Clerk, California City firstname.lastname@example.org C C Planner ommunity Development Department ity of Millbrae, CA ordinance, chapter 17.52 and section 17.52.030” If you have further questions, you may want to talk with the City Attorney Tom Brown. JH eport by the city attorney partner, who developed most of the language in the ordinances. I hope these are helpful.Oh, I should mention that the ordinance munity Development Department", 3) Scroll to "Planning" then 4) "Documents and Maps" on the left hand side 5) Select "Zoning Ordinance" and "Municipa nia City email@example.com Attorney Tom Brown. JH .Oh, I should mention that the ordinances I sent you don't address dancer health. I know this is an issue in Las Vegas, but I don't think any laws have been elect "Zoning Ordinance" and "Municipal Code" in middle of page andgo to the appropriate sections.Charles Jany AICP Principal Planner(650) 780-7239F gas, but I don't think any laws have been established to protect the dancers or customers. In fact, most of the dancers there are independent contractors, s AICP Principal Planner(650) 780-7239FX (650) firstname.lastname@example.org cers there are independent contractors, so the clubs are not responsible for them. Still, worth a look. (my daughters live in LV and I visit them often) Judy L s live in LV and I visit them often) Judy Lautner, Planning SpecialistCity of Pismo Beach Created by: Created on: Contents: Andrew Murray, SF OLA, email@example.com 2/14/2005 Replies to email posted to League of California Cities firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org listserves, shown below. The City and County of San Francisco (CCSF) is interested in finding out what other cities and counties have done to regulate adult entertainment, particularly strip clubs. CCSF already has a patchwork of laws and regulations, but would like to rationalize them and consider adopting good practices of other jurisdictions. Does your jurisdiction have a comprehensive approach, through codes or permitting, addressing private booths, stage fees, or other issues pertinent to dancer health, safety, and welfare? It looks like San Diego might have gone through a similar process in 2000. I would greatly appreciate any information that you could provide and will report the findings back to the listserve. Regards, Andrew Andrew Murray Office of the Legislative Analyst San Francisco Board of Supervisors http://www.sfgov.org/bos_leg_analyst
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