Hearing set for adult business
by Dennis Sharkey
The battle to keep a strip club from opening outside of Meriden moves to the County Courthouse.
Commissioners on Monday set a date for Monday, Feb. 7, for the first public hearing by commissioners.
As of Tuesday, the meeting time was scheduled for 2:30 p.m. in the upstairs district courtroom. However, after Monday’s meeting commissioners said they may consider changing the venue and time. First District Commissioner Lynn Luck said if a change is made they will officially make it at next week’s meeting. She said they could consider moving the start time back to the evening.
Commissioners are also requesting written testimony from those in the public who will be requesting to speak at the public hearing. Citizens wanting to speak are asked to submitt the written tesitmony at the time they speak. County Clerk Linda Buttron said that commissioners want the written testimony for the official record.
The K-4 adult buisines won’t be the only issue heard at the meeting.
Commissioners will conduct a public hearing to close a portion of 102nd Street near Nemaha road.
Commissioners will also hear a case concerning a road within a Boy Scout camp.
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