Strip club events in Arlington, TX
Arlington Strip Clubs Are Endangered Species – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth
In a settlement with the state and city, the club's owner agreed Tuesday to stay closed for at least a year, according to the newspaper. No new strip clubs have opened since the City Council tightened restrictions on sexually oriented businesses in , according to an attorney who represents several club owners. Cluck, who was who was first elected to the City Council 12 years ago, said the ordinances were put into place because council members believed the businesses posed a constant criminal nuisance. The ordinances aim at everything from where strip clubs can be located and how they operate to how close dancers physically can be to patrons and how the dancers can make money. The city did ultimately did not renew the licenses of clubs that failed to comply, and others simply went out of business.
Arlington Strip Clubs Are Endangered Species
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Support the independent voice of Dallas and help keep the future of Dallas Observer free. For years Flashdancer Cabaret -- the topless joint that sits on E. Randol Mill just across the freeway from Cowboys Stadium and the Ballpark in Arlington, or so I've been told -- has been at odds with the city and state, which have tried their best to shutter the joint.