The fine is the maximum amount the store and its parent company, Capital Video Corp. Police Chief James Soucy on Nov. I look at those facts and I say this is not a system which is really set up to ensure reasonable compliance with the ordinance. Judi Lalli is a district sales manager for Capital Video and testified it is company policy to allow only one person in viewing booths in various stores and employees are to ask customers who violate the policy to leave. Though she is not the district sales manager for the Kittery store. Steve Langsdorf, the attorney representing Capital Video Corp.
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A Waldoboro businessman facing felony drug-trafficking charges plans to open a business that sells sex toys and other adult merchandise in Damariscotta, prompting the town to take steps toward a temporary ban of such businesses. The business also sells fantasy items like decorative dragons and swords. Rusty Hoffman was allegedly distributing bath salts from the business as well as his home, according to the MDEA. Damariscotta officials now hope to enact a moratorium on adult entertainment establishments. Damariscotta attorney Jenny Villeneuve is drafting the moratorium ordinance.