Concern for those quality-of-life issues on the Loudoun BoS.
The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday approved higher registration fees and new registration requirements for massage services.
The measure increases the initial massage service registration fee by $100, to $200, and raises the renewal fee $50, to $100.
Mmm-hmm. And here I thought businesses were pretty much handled the same from a licensing and registration perspective. (Outside of BATF-regulated ones, that is.) But you just can’t make up quotes like this one:
In contrast, Supervisor Eugene Delgaudio, R-Sterling, supported the changes. “I think we are taking steps to address these quality-of-life issues, and that’s a good thing,” he said. “I, for one, don’t want to see any more massage parlors than we already have.”
I guess I’m not traveling in the same circles as Supervisor Delgaudio because… I didn’t even know we had any massage parlors in Loudoun, let alone had a problem with seeing “any more” of them. Ah, well…