OAK HILLS • Brad Mitzelfelt, 1st District Supervisor for San Bernardino County, vowed Wednesday to stop a sex club from coming to Oak Hills.
“I will spare no effort to make sure this clearly illegal, inappropriate and frankly disgusting operation is not allowed to open,” Mitzelfelt said in a statement. “Oak Hills is a great family-oriented community where they treasure and defend their rural lifestyle and traditional values. This is an outrageous intrusion into a residential neighborhood where children and families expect to enjoy their lives free from this kind of vile incursion, literally next door to their homes.”
A resident notified Mitzelfelt’s office over the weekend about “The Kinky Palace,” planned in a single-family home on seven acres along Duxbury Road. County Code Enforcement and top county staff were immediately notified and began in investigation, according to the statement from Mitzelfelt.
A website advertises the effort to convert the property into an “adult lifestyle club” with themed nights aimed at swingers. It’s marketed as an exclusive invitation-only club where applicants must go through a phone interview and then make donations through PayPal or credit card online.
Mitzelfelt said the county believes the club “clearly would be a business, which is prohibited in residential areas.” The county hasn’t granted any business license or approval of any sort, he said, and is actively working to make sure the club does not open.
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