CLAY COUNTY, Fla. - Clay County commissioners are still looking at ways to regulate adult businesses without violating the constitution.
Last fall, a businessman asked the county about opening an adult bookstore. At the time, a county attorney told commissioners that a 1985 ordinance prohibiting adult businesses could be declared unconstitutional if it was challenged in court.
They started discussing a new ordinance that could allow these businesses in certain parts of the county.
On April 8, the county commission will hear from a First Amendment lawyer who has worked with other local governments on the issue.
The attorney is expected to propose some changes to county laws to deal with adult businesses.
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