The following are excerpts from an October 21, 2007 article appearing in The News Virginian.
“County considers adult business laws”
By Bob Stuart, The News Virginian – October 21, 2007Augusta County supervisors will go to work at a Monday briefing session on crafting an ordinance or ordinances designed to discourage adult businesses from locating in the county.
The supervisors’ deliberations come in the wake of an adult video store’s recent opening in Staunton, and that city’s efforts to discourage further such businesses.
Supervisors say it will likely be at least late November before an ordinance or ordinances can be passed.
“We want to be proactive,” said Riverheads Supervisor and Chairwoman Nancy Sorrells.
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