This is not the first time this Court has had occasion to review the Ordinance. This suit was triggered by a recently enacted amendment to Ordinance 8601 which has been referred to as the "six-foot rule." This amendment reads in its entirety as follows: No entertainer, employee or customer shall be permitted to have any physical contact with any other on the premises during any performance and all performances shall only occur upon a stage at least eighteen inches (18") above the immediate floor level and removed at least six feet (6') from the nearest entertainer, employee and/or customer. Adult cabaret is defined to mean an establishment which features as a principle [sic] use of its business, entertainers and/or waiters and/or bartenders who expose to public view of the patrons within said establishment, at any time, the bare female breasts below a point immediately on top of the areola, human genitals, pubic region, or buttocks, even if partially covered by opaque material or completely covered by translucent material; including swim suits, lingerie or latex covering. By using latex paste and makeup, dancers make their breasts appear bare. We have changed the lives of thousands of children and adults across the US, UK, Australia, and Canada–and I hope we can do the same for you or your loved ones.Enjoy your journey into the world of Lindamood-Bell.The hours of operation for the Orange Grove Center varies depending upon the program and service. The main facility with offices and facility based day services is generally open Monday through Friday from a.m. However, there are numerous services taking place throughout the community at varied days and times. Adult cabarets shall include commercial establishments which feature entertainment of an erotic nature including exotic dancers, strippers, male or female impersonators, or similar entertainers. They strip down to a G-string or "T-bar." Their status could be described as "mostly nude." Dancing at Chattanooga adult cabarets is at least "marginally" protected as "expressive conduct within the outer perimeters of the First Amendment." Barnes v.
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