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Bunker Hill area resident Donna Hoffman, who was joined by members of two Bunker Hill churches at Berkeley County Council's Thursday meeting, asked county officials for more oversight of clubs in the county and to be sure that all criminal activity is consistently reported to the state ABCA. Hoffman's remarks on Thursday came after she voiced objections to the the county council earlier this month about an apparent bid to reopen Vixens Gentlemen's Club in Bunker Hill and Taboo Gentlemen's Club just outside of Martinsburg.
Hoffman previously cited a number of negative impacts on her neighboring property in Bunker Hill, and indicated Thursday that she might return to speak to the county council again about the issue. Bentley said Thursday that the county has asked the ABCA to hold a public hearing about the property owner's apparent intent to reopen the clubs, but had not yet heard from the state about the request.
The county adopted an exotic entertainment ordinance in that restricted the location of strip clubs within 2, feet of certain places, including schools, parks, churches and residential areas, but it was deemed invalid in October as a result of a lawsuit in Berkeley County Circuit Court. Changes to state law in allowed for enforcement of the ordinance, which was then readopted by the county.