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* Visalia, CA /*Sugar Daddy’s*/ and a strip club in Lindsay are the two locations the county says will be affected. The new guidelines would require the county to seem to be at a dancer’s criminal history earlier than they’re allowed to go to work. Get our exotic dancers in Fresno to come out to your special event.

* Next month, if dancers take to these poles, they can also have to endure a tougher heritage check. On Tuesday Tulare County Supervisors added new guidelines to adult-oriented commercial enterprise license requirements that would call for exclusive dancers to go thru a historical past test first.

* Tulare Co. Supervisors Spokesman Eric Coyne said, “They’ll be fingerprinted and photographed, and their licenses ought to be displayed at the business.”

* If their license is denied, Coyne says they would not be in a position to reapply for every other year. The proprietor of “/*Saints and Sinners*/” membership just outside of Lindsay says the more security measures are a correct idea.

* Giovanni Lopez said, “It’s proper due to the fact we don’t prefer human beings who are into drugs or stuff like that.”

* The county is additionally attempting to require the grownup businesses to put two security guards in the region as a security requirement.

* “I think it really is a terrific concept I think it really is one of the best ideas they ever thinking about due to the fact it protects the organization and the violence that can go down here,” said Lopez.

* Tulare County already requires strip clubs and it’s performers to achieve a specific license. According to the ordinance, no full nudity is allowed.

* Sugar Daddy’s believes the proposed new restrictions don’t observe to them because their club has been operating before the ordinance existed. The owners are present in the center of litigation with the county.

* County officers say the new rules are in the great interests of now not only the performers and customers but the organizations themselves.* Coyne said, “We do not want to be reacting and creating an ordinance when there is a trouble the high-quality time to do these things is earlier than you have a problem.”

* All grownup groups would additionally be a concern to an in-depth inspection before they’re given a license.