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Ray Perry, the lead pastor at Gateway Family Fellowship, said he is continuously removing trash and vomit from around their property.
They are located right next to the club. Perry said he helped the Drain City Council pass new ordinances over the summer that require all businesses to get a business in order to operate in the city. The ordinance also says strip clubs cannot operate within feet of a place where children gather, like Gateway Family Fellowship.
Perry said the city council will begin enforcing these ordinances in December. He said he hopes it will change the way the club operates.
According to OLCC officials, they found staff not wearing masks inside the business and no social distancing among customers. Marin said they are still working to get their back. If and when they do, he said he plans on doing better next time.
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