There's talks of bringing the only strip club to Cincinnati. A business man has met with a few council members to discuss the idea and top adult websites about necessary zoning changes. Even though there are no strip clubs in Cincinnati now, they are allowed.
A local business owner involved in this idea, who didn't want to be identified just yet, indicated there's interest for a strip club on Kellogg Avenue.
If all parties have the same advantage, that's great," said Mark Murray. But why aren't there any strip clubs in Cincinnati now?
Many say it's because the zoning laws and other ordinances make it challenging. Title 8, Chapter of the Cincinnati business regulations cite no strip club can be open on Sundays or holidays, if there's nudity, no alcohol is allowed, and all clubs must have gentlemen clubs near chicago letting patrons know they must be three feet away from dancers and not touch them.
I'm sure there's a lot of guys around here that would love it though. If they've got a good business plan and dating website for sale got hot chicks, guys will come," said Mike Trainer who lives on Kellogg Avenue.
If this business owner elects to apply for a zone change, Vice Mayor Mann says there's a few hurdles before anything is approved or denied. Anyone interested in applying for a strip club must also apply for a sexually native american dating sites business. Vice Mayor Mann says this whole process typically takes a few months.
Jude Dream Home Giveaway. Strip Club to Cincy? Local business owner wants to open in the Queen City. Mark Murray owns Murray's Tavern along Kellogg and he welcomes the idea.
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