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City commissioners are considering an ordinance that would prohibit T-backs and G-strings in clubs and cabarets where alcohol is sold.

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Petersburg and other nearby cities might persuade those businesses to move to Largo.

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The proposed ordinance, drafted by Chuck Boyd, Largo's assistant director of community development, follows restrictions approved by the commission in June. Our goal is to fulfill your fantasies and give you an escape from everyday life.

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The best location for Adult Entertainment in Tampa. Commissioners will consider adopting the ordinance when they meet Sept. After a public hearing during which several Baptist ministers and others spoke about the crime that they say adult businesses generate, commissioners agreed on distances of 1, feet from any other adult business; 1, feet from any church, school, day care center or public recreation area; and feet from residential neighborhoods.

We offer a clean, safe environment for your pleasurable experience. The ordinance specified where adult businesses, such as adult book and video stores, exotic dance clubs and modeling shops, could locate.

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City commissioners are considering an ordinance that would prohibit T-backs and G-strings in clubs and cabarets where alcohol is stuvios. The ordinance also would require such businesses as lingerie modeling studios to separate customers from models with a "wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling partition of solid construction without any holes or openings.

The ordinance proposed Tuesday night would further limit adult business activities in the city.

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According to Boyd, the city has had rules on the books since prohibiting alcohol sales where "certain anatomical areas are exposed. Commissioner Bob Jackson questioned that idea.

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Commissioner Jean Halvorsen asked if an art teacher who opened a studio in town would be subject to prosecution if students painted a nude model. At the time, commissioners were concerned that tough new ordinances regulating adult businesses in the unincorporated areas and St.