Conn. federal court upholds Milford’s SOB ordinance, except license posting requirement that requires licensee’s name
Keepers, Inc. v. City of Milford, Conn., Civ. No. 3:07-CV-1231 (D. Conn. Mar. 30, 2013) . . .
Curves v. Spalding County, Ga, No. 10-13871 (11th Cir. July 6, 2012)
E.B.S. Enterprises v. City of El Paso, No. 8-10-00088-CV (Tx. Ct. App. Aug. 10, 2011)
Appellants assert three arguments in contending that the trial court erred in granting the City’s motion for summary judgment. The first contests the relevancy of the City’s secondary effects evidence to enacting four provisions of the ordinance that apply to Appellants. The second complains that there was a genuine issue of material fact. And the third asserts that the ordinance is preempted by a State statute. We find no merit in any of the issues raised . . .
“City officials have denied an appeal to allow the Pure Pleasure Boutique to obtain licenses to operate, one of the store’s owners said Monday.”
729, Inc. v. Kenton County Fiscal Court, No. 09-6291 (6th Cir. Nov. 23, 2010)
NJ Superior Court reverses injunction against sexually oriented business, holds internet is not sufficient “alternative forum”
Borough of Sayreville v. Club 35, LLC, No. A-3537-08T1 (N.J. Super. App. Div. Sept. 17, 2010)
Licensing provisions are unconstitutional where they fail to require the city to act on applications within a specified period of time
ATL Corp. v. City of Seattle, No. C09-1240RSL, 2010 WL 2836164 (D. Wash. July 19, 2010)
CitizenLink, DriveThru: “The Supreme Court of Kentucky handed the city of Louisville a huge gift today when it decided in favor of an extensive sexually oriented business ordinance passed by the Metro Council in 2004. All but one provision was held to be constitutional.”
Northwest Florida Daily News: “The city’s first topless bar may open by the end of the summer, according to The Oasis operator Terry Stephenson. The Destin City Council voted 5-2 last week to approve a settlement of a lawsuit brought by Stephenson over his right to operate a strip club in the city.”
“A lack of a quorum at a Detroit City Council meeting this morning may derail a scheduled vote next week on a licensing ordinance to govern strip clubs in the city.”