5.22.050  Fortunetelling.
   Notwithstanding any other provisions of this chapter, fortunetelling establishments may be conducted in any Multiple Use-2 (MU-2) Zones. This is provided that fortunetelling establishments are carried on in accordance with the limitations hereinafter set forth and provided a conditional use permit (CUP) is first obtained, in accordance with Chapter 16.52 of this code. Fortunetelling establishments shall not be permitted in special districts or a specific plan unless explicitly set forth as a permissible use.
   A.   Minors (under 18 years of age) shall not be permitted to enter or remain in a fortunetelling establishment. Notice of restriction for minors shall be posted at the entrance in lettering of at least two inches in size.
   B.   The fortunetelling establishment shall not be open to customers, patrons, or any member of the public between the hours of 9:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m.
   C.   One parking space for every licensed fortuneteller, plus one space for every four seats in the waiting area.
   D.   Each center shall provide at least one publicly accessible unisex toilet and lavatory facilities.
   E.   No exterior pay phone shall be permitted.
   F.   No person shall be permitted to consume alcohol on the premises, nor shall any intoxicated person be permitted to remain in the establishment.
   G.   It will be unlawful under this section to view, or allow viewing, of material depicting or simulating sexual conduct on the premises of any establishment.
   H.   Fortunetellers shall be 18 years of age. There shall be a minimum of one employee managing the establishment during all working hours.
   I.   Occupancy shall not exceed that required under the Uniform Building Code and Uniform Fire Code, and the maximum occupancy load shall be posted at the main entrance.
   J.   The business owner shall submit and receive approval of a fire exit plan from the Murrieta fire department. The plan shall address all existing requirements of the Uniform Building Code and Uniform Fire Code. This includes but is not limited to providing an exiting plan showing equipment location, aisle locations and dimensional widths, and having approved exit doors and panic hardware.
   K.   Any adult entertainment or sexually oriented business is prohibited unless specifically approved pursuant to the requirements of Chapter 5.16 of this code.
(Ord. 339 § 6, 2005)