The Roane Commission is looking to pass an ordinance banning exotic entertainment in the county, following the lead of the Spencer City Council. Spencer has placed several restrictions on exotic entertainment, including a licensing fee.

Spencer has also passed a ban on ATV's in the town, an option that can be exercised by municipalities. During the past year or so, folks have been driving four-wheelers to town, sometimes shopping at Wal-Mart or local grocery stores.

Current West Virginia law does not specifically forbid four-wheelers on primary highways, but they do restrict access on interstate highways.

Roane Commissioner Richard Lance said the commission was looking at a model of restricting exotic entertainment in the county.

Such entertainment emporiums have yet to open in the rural area.

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