City Won't Take Strip Club's License, for Now

City Won't Take Strip Club's License, for Now

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(Salt Lake City-AP) -- Salt Lake City officials say they won't try to strip the Crazy Goat Saloon of its sexually oriented business license while a lawsuit is pending.

The city and LDS Church claim that the downtown club violates a city ordinance prohibiting erotic businesses from being within 165 feet of a gateway corridor -- in this case West Temple.

A judge will soon rule on whether the club should have a license. The church says the club is too close to downtown and is a public nuisance.

(Copyright 2004 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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