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Grand Chute revisits adult entertainment rules

6:44 AM, Jul. 16, 2013
The Grand Chute Town Board will consider ordinances tonight aimed at strengthening the regulation of exotic performers and venues that host them. Grand Chute Police Chief Greg Peterson said the town isn't looking to outlaw nudity.
The Grand Chute Town Board will consider ordinances tonight aimed at strengthening the regulation of exotic performers and venues that host them. Grand Chute Police Chief Greg Peterson said the town isn't looking to outlaw nudity.
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Adult entertainers who want to perform in Grand Chute could soon bear the cost of a background check.

The Grand Chute Town Board will consider ordinances tonight aimed at strengthening the regulation of exotic performers and venues that host them.

One ordinance would require entertainers to pay for an annual license. The second would prohibit adult entertainment at businesses as a condition of holding a liquor license. ...

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