Reno Gives Preliminary Approval For Downtown Strip Clubs
RENO, Nev. (AP) — Reno officials have given preliminary approval to allow strip clubs to remain in the city's downtown.
The Reno City Council voted Wednesday on a series of regulations on adult businesses, approving a number of operating restrictions but rejecting proposed bans on alcohol and digital signs.
The council will vote again on the regulations on May 8. The regulations will become law if the council approves them again.
The council approved restrictions prohibiting private booths or lounges for private dances in the clubs.
They also voted to increase the minimum age requirement of dancers from 18 to 21 and to require performers and employees to obtain work cards.