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CENTRAL FALLS â While city officials say there hasn't been a multitude of applicants, they are trying to make sure that any massage parlors that come to town are operating above board.
On Wednesday, the City Council will hold a public hearing to consider second passage of an ordinance amending its âPersonal Services Licenseâ to add a sub-section on âMassage Parlor Public Health Ordinance.â
According to City Council President Bob Ferri, the amendment seeks to tighten the regulations under which massage parlors are licensed and allowed to operate.
--Read the rest of the story in Wednesday's newspaper