Lingerie too risque to advertise beer runs? Council to discuss
May 2, 2010
May 4, 2010
Local beer runs are catching the attention of many people around town, specifically those who don't agree with their form of advertising. Now the issue is being brought before City Council.
Councilman Micheal Landeck says he's received complaints from local church members as well as residents who live near stores. The question is, are the businesses taking their advertising too far? In some locations around town, girls are dressed in lingerie, waving to customers. One of those is across the street from a church. However, Landeck says these businesses are not breaking the law because workers are wearing some type of clothing, and it would be unconstitutional to ask them to refrain from their act. "All people will be able to come there and express their views and problems they are facing. Obviously there are concerns with church groups and other people who feel it is immoral to see such lewd activities," says Councilman Micheal Landeck. He hopes businesses and residents can come to an agreement at tomorrow night's meeting.
The City Council meeting will take place Monday afternoon at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall.