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A non-profit group that's fighting an adult business is sending a message to a southern Indiana town -- it isn't going away any time soon.
ROCK, or Reclaim Our Culture Kentuckiana, was in Clarksville Tuesday afternoon at the Chick-fil-A to talk about their ongoing fight against Theatair X. Organizers say the town isn't enforcing an ordinance on adult businesses that was passed in 2005, and that the new law does not grandfather in the adult business.
Bryan Wickens, the president of ROCK, says, "That's where a lot of people are mistaken. They think, well, it's been here for years and years and years, and being here a long time doesn't make you okay and legal."
ROCK says the business is violating several sections of the law, from operating hours to licensing and illegal activities inside the facility. Fox 41 News has put a call into the Clarksville Town Council president, but that has not been returned.