PALISADES PARK, N.J. — A proposed borough ordinance would require massage parlors and pawn shops to be at least 100 feet away from any day care, school or house of worship, according to northjersey.com.
Massage businesses would have to pay $250 a year to the borough for a license to operate, while massage practitioners employed at the parlors would pay $100 annually, according to the ordinance, the northjersey.com story said.
The proposal, which was scheduled for a public hearing at the Borough Council’s meeting Tuesday night, also would restrict three-story and multi-residential development containing more than four apartments to portions of Grand, Commercial and East Columbia avenues , said the northjersey.com story.
Neighbors were expected to attend the meeting to express their objections regarding the proposed ordinance, reported northjesrey.com.
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