The discussion was to determine whether to repeal privileged s for the the Stardust Ranch or to place requirements upon their licensing. City Attorney Chuck Odgers explained he had sent a letter to the council members regarding the facts of the case that arose approximately two weeks ago. Odgers also explained that Buttell appeared that Friday morning.
Henriod approached the council and explained what happened as well. Henriod noted the deputies took care of the situation, and it was at that point he contacted Odgers with this concerns related to the business.
It was also indicated by Henriod that active investigations are currently taking place on particular individuals. It was reported by Odgers that he has had to go to the establishment four times during the past four years for licensing issues relative to the workers or forms not submitted.
And he moved to repeal the privilege. Buttell thanked the council for the opportunity to address them.
Since that time it was reported by Buttell that they have a new applicant Gary Phillips who intends to be transitioning from the current owner to himself. A drug-free workplace and restaffing of qualified staff was also in the works. I have zero tolerance for drugs.
I think it can be a viable property if ran properly, I think Mr. Phillips also spoke about the business being beneficial for the city by bringing in tourism. Jennifer Lee, city clerk, received a letter for the State of Nevada Health Department about allegations of black mold in the bar area and holes in the ceiling of the Stardust.
The letter stated that the bar at the Stardust Ranch could not be reopened even on a temporary basis, until it was inspected. On May 13, Rob Kinternecht said the inspection was completed, no mold was detected and the entire place has re-opened for business. Buttell wanted to ensure the Stardust was opened up for the Silver State Classic Car Challenge race slated for this weekend an upcoming Bike Rally and several other events.
Odgers did indicate that the counsel and owner of Stardust has been very responsive since the problem was identified just weeks ago. Councilman Kurt Carson made the motion to have the sheriff and city attorney come up with rules and regulations. So the only way we were allowing them to stay open was that they needed a on-site manager that was not a working girl, and a security officer.
Their sex workers, they need to be identified as certain, and licensing for the health and safety of the patrons, and the ladies themselves. The motion was made to allow the Stardust to re-open with 1 year probation.
The vote was approved with Hanson opposing. It was also noted that there were two arrests, one was illicit drug use at the Stardust. Hanson had a completely different take on the issue though.
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