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Page A-18 - Mason County Journal - Thursday, May 22,2014 Bikini: Stand's sales tax revenue will go to count F not city continued from page A- 1 The four employees who gathered for a photo Tuesday wore bikinis, but owner Jessica Hurley said patrons might soon see them in less. Nevertheless, Hurley stresses that Peek-A- Brew is about great coffee and lively conversation, and "it's only a bonus the ladies are in bikinis," she said. Hurley, 26, was born and raised in Shelton, graduating from Shel- ton High School in 2005. Her local employers have included Little Creek Ca- sino and Resort -- where she worked at the hotel's front desk -- Red Robin, E1 Sarape and the Lucky Eagle Casino. She's never worked at a coffee stand. A year ago, Hurley's boyfriend bought the cof- fee stand that formerly housed Bumble Bee Espresso at Black Lake. They started looking for a REAL ESTATE 306 W. 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SHELTON (360) 426-1659  BIMNowceptinoEex www.michaetsmeats.net Men-Sat 9-7, Sun 9-S - PRICESEFFECTJVES-21toS-2"/ Boneless Grain Fed All Natural Pork All Natural Bone-in Marinated Rib Eye Baby Back Chicken California Steak +' Delicious Nectarines rhi! Lb. By the 40 lb. case $1.0911b. Style Came Asada.J 69900: Lb. I Fresh Peaches Fresh LIll ($43.60/case) L1 ,, __[4/Sl Great for Guacamole Avocados Jour Peek-A-Brew owner Jessica Hurley, second from rigl ni barista stand just outside the Shelton city limits South. Her employees include, from left, Brookelynn 5 Messenger and Kayla Rowbal. spot outside the Shelton city limits. "I knew it was a niche that needed to be filled," Hurley said. One possible name, Rise-N-Grind, was dis- missed because "I thought it was too hardcore for the type of stand I was envi- sioning," she said. The stand is on Olym- pic Highway South, next to Mill Creek Auto, far back from the road, on "one of the main arteries in and out of town," Hur- ley said. She added, "The hot pink definitely helps it stand out." Hurley hired five em- ployees. "Every girl is bright and bubbly and happy to be part of it," Hurley said. "The personality is big for me ... We want our customers to leave with a smile on your face," she said. "! knew it was a receded te be Jessica Hurley, own The women choose their own outfits. They wear bikinis, and days will be devoted to crop tops and shorts, Hurley said. 'here's no pasties or thong days scheduled -- yet," she said. In February 2013, the Shelton City Commis- sion voted unanimously to place a moratorium on the establishment of new "adult-oriented" business- es, including espresso stands commonly referred to as "bikini baristas." The, moratorium went into effect immediately despite no bikini barista businesses existing in lal photo by Gordon Weeks it, opened her biki- n Olympic Highway lartin, Danika, Lacie ,,]f+l+ f , VI " I V, , ' '," I'J:ll00/iJr:l00r:t00l00,14+JO, ll[rl,lll[ }}gitr:00}00iI00 tl,ll,t:l'00 il Newman Family Chiropractic Sarah Newman, DC Work Injuries Car Accidents Wellness Care Accepting Medicare and most Insurances OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK 2211 Jefferson Street, Shelton WA 98584 1 Bo] the lat] put an3 ni. rev A-[ Cm Sh reg to t .r of Peek-A-Brew Sh]ton, or any entrepre- net r filing to establish suc h a business. '["ae moratorium was sprred by the owner of tw( bikini barista stands expressing an interest in ope aing such an establish- me: it at the intersection of Fifl h Street and Railroad Av,nue, City Administra- tor Dave O'Leary told the con Lmissioners at the time. .lsing rules enacted by mey Lake as a model, city established regu- ns that clearly define ,lic nudity -- basically thing less than a biki- - and bans it. The tax mue collected at Peek- irew will go to Mason mty and not the city of ]ton. turley said the city's alations make sense Ler. !'I can absolutely un- derstand_ it," she said. "It' right in downtown. There's no way to be kind ofoy." he added, "I'm not go- ingto be the one to shove it own their throat." / newmanfamilychiro com (360) 426 3886 In honor of National Senior Health & Fitness Day, 're hosting a complimentary Health Fair where vendors and healthcare professionals will be mrailable to answeryour questions. 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