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TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -
rumored strip club will not be welcomed in one south Toledo neighborhood.
is being done on the potential business in the Burroughs neighborhood, near the
intersection of Airport Highway and South Avenue. The location is surrounded by
homes and an elementary school.
don't need it in the neighborhood," said Carole Loth, who lives nearby.
building used to be home to the old South Aire Restaurant. Now work is being
done to turn it into a bar, and neighbors have caught wind that it may be a
don't want a strip joint there. I really don't want a bar there," Loth said. "We
still have fights there, and I'm afraid we're going to have more fights or
other stuff because drugs are going to come through."
Burroughs Neighborhood Organization is working to keep a strip club from
definitely upset," said Molly Tomaszewski, from the organization. "A restaurant
is one thing. A strip club is another thing. We don't want that to happen in
city leaders agree with them.
strip club can't go there," said Councilman Mike Craig. "It's adjacent to
residential, it's probably too close to the school, and it's not zoned
turns out most of the work on the building is being done illegally, without
permits. That may shut the operation down altogether.
inspections officials say the building is illegally occupied. The owner has not
acquired the proper permits.
city is well aware of what's going on there and they're keeping a very close
eye," Craig said. "This is a nice neighborhood and it needs to stay that way."