No person shall own, operate, manage, rent, lease or exercise control over any commercial
building, structure, premises or portion or part of any commercial building, structure
or premises that is an adult-oriented establishment and that contains:
(1) Partitions between subdivisions of a room, portion or part of a building, structure
or premises having an aperture that is designed or constructed to facilitate sexual
activity between persons on either side of the partition; or
(2) Booths, stalls, or partitioned portions of a room or individual rooms, used for
the viewing of motion pictures or other forms of entertainment, having doors, curtains
or portal partitions, unless such booths, stalls, partitioned portions of a room or
individual rooms so used shall have at least one (1) side open to adjacent public
rooms so that the area inside is visible to persons in adjacent public rooms. Such areas shall be lighted in a manner that the persons in the areas used for viewing
motion pictures or other forms of entertainment are visible from the adjacent public
rooms, but such lighting shall not be of such intensity as to prevent the viewing
of motion pictures or other offered entertainment.
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