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The City of Albany has assured Orana residents it will act on complaints after a joint investigation with police found a residential home in Orana was being used as a brothel. Residents who live near the brothel tabled a petition of more than 70 signatures with the City last month, urging action to close the business operating from a residential property. City of Albany chief executive Andrew Sharpe said the City had liaised with police during their investigation.
It is understood there are two brothels operating in residential areas in Albany, one in Orana and the other in Spencer Park, run by different managers.
The majority of Orana residents who spoke with theAlbany Advertiser knew of the brotheloperating in their suburb and had either signed or were aware of the petition which had circulated. Under the Criminal Code, it is illegal to manage, lease or operate a property for the purposes of prostitution. Mr Sharpe said the City had moved to address the unauthorised use of the property.
The State Government attempted to introduce new prostitution legislation in , which sought to decriminalise prostitution and force the trade out of suburban areas but the Prostitution Bill stalled with lack of support.
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