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Board Passes Moratorium On Adult Novelty Stores

May 14, 2013

LAKEWOOD — No zoning permits will be issued in Lakewood for any adult novelty stores during the next several months....

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May-14-13 6:17 AM

We can't ban them but we can make sure we put them in an area where none will ever want to be located. How about if they can only be located 30 feet offshore.

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May-14-13 6:48 AM

Really grow up i think all of this is just bs. I can't believe this day in age we are still debating over this. I bet the ones who make the Stupied comments about pond scum and located the store 30 feet off shore are as old as my grandma. Because Adults in my generation have tattoos and shop in an Adult Novelty Store. We are not afraid to go out and have fun and live life to the fullest. Just goes to show I have always been right Lakewood is full of nothing but Stuck up snobs who need to get there Noses out of their butts. But I will almost bet more then half of them have a sex toy in the dresser but are to ashamed to admit it.

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May-14-13 6:55 AM

Lucky, that is ridiculous. This is nothing that would hurt anyone. How about if they put tobacco and liquor stores 30 feet off shore? Those are things that hurt people and relationships. A little fun in bed never hurt anyone. Actually, it sounds like you could use some!

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May-14-13 7:14 AM

This is pretty silly. The business woman had already thought through about an " appropriate" location. She wasn't asking to put it next to a playground! I think if she had a different last name it would have been approved.

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May-14-13 8:03 AM

Just another pathetic move by a town and area too ignorant to enjoy the benefits of an Adult Store. Grow up and enjoy life. I guess this is what to expect from an area where people still put carpet in their bathrooms, and have separate beds in their bedrooms.

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May-14-13 1:16 PM

I do have to admit that this decision is pretty much in line with the other anti-business decisions that have been made in Chautauqua County over the last couple of years.

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May-14-13 2:57 PM

What about Spencers? Grandfathered? It's stupid to ban any business.

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May-14-13 5:00 PM

Most buy their adult toys on line anyways. No need to put it in a quiet town.

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May-14-13 6:15 PM

How about the gas saved, rather driving to Ripley or Erie

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