YORBA LINDA – – A rumor on social media led the City board today to put a temporary restriction on allowing adult-oriented companies in Savi Cattle ranch.
David Brantley, director of area advancement, stated issues spread on social media regarding an adult service driver having rate of interest in the space previously inhabited by TGI Fridays.
“It was just purely rumor on social media sites, but it raised an important concern though which was whether or not the place is an eligible location for adult-oriented services,” Brantley said.
So Tuesday, the council implemented a 45-day moratorium while city staffers look at the zoning laws for the primarily retail location on Yorba Linda’s eastern side along the 91 freeway.
The city last changed its regulations for adult-oriented organisations, such as adult bookstores, strip clubs or grown-up theaters, in 2004, setting criteria for just how much away such organisations have to be from “delicate usages” including institutions, day treatment facilities, spiritual facilities and also locations that serve alcoholic beverages, a staff record claimed.
The ordinance does not have a minimum distance from residences.
“The halt focuses only in Savi Cattle ranch because that’s where there’& rsquo; s been a change in terms of the kinds of uses that we take into consideration delicate usages,” Brantley stated.
Over the last few years the city altered its policies to enable real estate in Savi Cattle ranch as well as two household apartment tasks have actually been accepted.
The 69-unit Oakcrest Terrace apartment complicated is now open concerning 200 feet away from the previous TGI Fridays.
“The halt just gives the city the opportunity to examine the existing ordinance for adequacy as well as not type of permit any type of use which isn’& rsquo; t proper to go in under the present regulations,” Brantley said.
The city does not presently have any type of adult-oriented businesses.
“To my understanding, we’& rsquo; ve never ever had anybody also ask about establishing a grown-up company in the city,” & rdquo; Brantley claimed.