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The number of city strip clubs is set to be limited after councillors agreed a new licensing policy. Pictured, Prince of Wales Road, in Norwich. Photo: Neil Perry - Credit: Archant. The number of city strip clubs is set to be limited after councillors agreed a new licensing policy and granted spot inspection powers. Pic: Green Party.
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At a packed commission meeting, a majority in attendance opposed a study recommending that the number of strip clubs in New Orleans be reduce from its current number of 23 to seven. The study suggests the city get to that number through attrition, meaning when a club closes or is forced to shut down, the city would not issue another permit to take its place. The commission study also proposed that reducing the number of strip clubs would reduce the amount of crime. The clubs that are not following the rules, the regulations and laws need to," Covenant House Executive Director Jim Kelly said. But most in attendance believed reducing the number of clubs would result in a loss of jobs and would have little or no effect on crime. I don't think you think it's going to go or where they think it's going to go," said Samantha Fiel.
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Described by Dan Gartland of Sports Illustrated as a "legendary strip club that should be familiar to anyone who knows anything about rap music ",  Magic City has well-documented ties with the trap and hip hop scene. It was partially responsible for launching the careers of Future   and Migos. There It Is ".
The New Orleans City Planning Commission recommended Tuesday against key elements of a plan put forward by some City Council members that would limit and gradually reduce the number of strip clubs on Bourbon Street. At the time the idea was proposed, there were 14 such clubs operating in the Quarter. Two of those, plus one more just outside the Quarter, closed in recent days after raids by state and local authorities. No one spoke in favor of the proposed limit at the meeting, though two people submitted notes saying they supported it.