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A sex worker who wants to open a brothel in Traralgon has to wait 18 days to see if her successful application will be overturned. On Monday night Latrobe City councillors approved an application for a brothel in Standing Drive, but councillor Christine Sindt has since lodged a rescission motion. That means all action in relation to the original decision must stop until councillors again consider the matter at their next meeting, about three weeks away.
The applicant, who wished to be named Tracy to protect her identity, has compared Cr Sindt's actions with "giving a kid a lollipop and then taking it away from them". Last year she applied to open an exempt brothel in a Standing Drive warehouse, which would operate by appointment only with strictly no walk-in traffic.
An exempt brothel is a small owner-operated business that can operate with two sex work service providers. By law a licence is not required, but details must be registered with the Business Licensing Authority.
Tracy said by operating a brothel legally, she could work in a safe environment with security measures in place. It's illegal. Tracy's application was approved on the conditions a management plan with relevant security and safety measures be submitted with the responsible authority.
The council officer's recommendation of approval stated "the number of rooms to be used for the purpose of prostitution must not exceed two". No more than five people, including sex workers, support and patrons, were to be on the site at any one time. Latrobe City general manager of city development Phil Stone said the proposed brothel's location met required threshold distances under the Sex Work Act Because brothels are considered non-industrial, Mr Stone said the application could be seen to fragment an already established industrial zone in Standing Drive.