Lubbock County May Still Receive Fifth Strip Club - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

12/23/03

Lubbock County May Still Receive Fifth Strip Club

A Corpus Christi businessman will appeal his rejection to open up a possible strip club in South Lubbock County.

Businessman Lawrence Cannon filed an appeal with Lubbock county Tuesday afternoon. Last week, county investigators denied Cannon's application. The proposed construction site of the sexually oriented business was within a 1,500 foot radius of a residence. That's against county ordinance. The nature of the appeal is to challenge whether the 38-foot camper on the property constitutes a residence.

Mobile Home Prevents Lubbock Strip Club Permit
A possible strip club could be opening up in south Lubbock County, making this the fifth one in the area. A 38-foot recreational vehicle could be the only thing keeping the sexually oriented business from opening.
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County commissioners will appoint an arbitrator to look into the matter. A decision is expected in about 14-days.

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