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They also found large amounts of cash, lingerie, high heels, dresses, sex toys and feminine hygiene products. Over 50, businesses use BirdEye everyday to get more reviews and manage all customer feedback. The measures are aimed at preventing sex, human and labor trafficking that occurs in the industry and were applauded by anti-sex trafficking advocates.
The council must approve the jassage again at a future meeting before they become law. Initially, the proposed restrictions approved Wednesday included an month grace period for existing massage parlors to come into compliance with the new laws.
Anderson said her agency is working with police to address masage parlors. She said such parlors have advertised on sexually oriented websites or customers have called to complain about them. Last year, police arrested the operator of Eva Massage on Wells Avenue after undercover officers made a deal for a "happy ending massage," according to the police report.
Anjeanette Damon is the government watchdog reporter for the RGJ. Under the city's new restrictions, the business owner or operator would also have to pass the background check. Studies show that the benefits of massage demonstrate an effective treatment for reducing stress, pain and muscle tension.
Along with standard treatment, it is increasingly becoming popular for a wide range of medical conditions and situations. BirdEye helps millions of local businesses to be found online amssage all their reviews and accurate business information.
Individual massage therapists are already required to pass criminal background checks in order to qualify for a state. Following a series of code enforcement actions, however, the operator agreed to a five-year suspension of her state and closed her Reno businesses.
Maassage decided instead to give business owners six months to make the needed changes. Sandy Anderson, the executive director of the Nevada Massage Therapy Board, said the new measures are needed to help prevent the "human trafficking, sex trafficking and labor trafficking that is occurring in our industry.
That bugged Councilman Devon Reese. The move follows the opening of a plethora of new massage parlors in the city.