St. Helena considers rules for sex businesses
GREENSBURG, La. - The St. Helena Parish Police Jury is considering two proposed ordinances designed to curtail activities of strip clubs and other sexually oriented businesses.
The Advocate reports the proposals were drafted by Tennessee lawyer Scott Bergthold and will be discussed at a public hearing in June.
Under the proposals, owners and employees of sexually oriented businesses would be required to hold a parish license and follow regulations prohibiting certain forms of dress, physical contact with patrons and other activities on club premises.
The proposals also would establish a mandatory closing period of midnight to 6 a.m. each day.
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