Josephine County - a place to strip?
- An adult entertainment spot "Club 71" is due to open on
February 4th and has county residents up in arms or just plain ready
for it to open.
Residents in the
Sunny Valley and Wolf Creek areas have been calling their County Commissioners
who just recently held a closed door session to address the "strip
club issue." According to information received, the commissioners
will not allow the club to open, but Club 71 managers state that everything
is in order and they will be open on schedule.
in Grants Pass are ready and excited for it to open and see nothing
immoral with the "strip club" industry. According to Larry
Lacey, owner of the Dirt Bike Diner, now Club 71, "We are providing
a place that will entertain and we aren't just focusing on our dancers
to do this. It's not going to be like any other club." The debate
has been long and has been fueled by several articles written by the
Daily Courier who, according to Lacey and others involved in the club,
have been "on the verge of stalking" for a story.
One thing is for
sure, there are those for it, ready to spend money at a local business,
and there are those against it, who are protecting the moral fiber of
about you? Write us and tell us how you feel.
or write us at US~Observer, 233 Rogue River Hwy PMB #387, Grants Pass,