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Old 05.06.2011, 01:19
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Re: Sex-boxes coming soon!

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This article says that they want to move prostitutes on from Langstrasse and Sihlquai to other designated places. Unfortunately, for me, one of the plans is to introduce sex-boxes in Altstetten.


Now, just to be clear, it's unfortunate for me because I live by Altstetten, not for some other shady reason e.g. it would be too far for me to travel, haha.

Anyway, is there anything that I can do to put pressure on the local authority to change their decision of putting sex-boxes in this area?

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Did you look at the details in the press? They are moving the prostitutes to the very industrial area which is on the "Höngg side" of the train tracks, I believe there are 99% industrial buildings, not residential. So if you live in Altstetten as in "Somewhere around Bahnhof Altstetten, Lindenplatz or further up the hill", you are not at all anywhere nearer to prostitutes than before.

I didn't even know that the area on that side of the highway and train tracks belongs to Altstetten.
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Old 05.06.2011, 03:06
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Re: Where can I learn about prostitution laws in Switzerland?

Thanks for that info, I seem to have missed it.

Incidentally, I was down the other side of the train tracks a couple of weeks ago and remember there being a decent sized residential block there between the industrial buildings.

Lots of bad smells there already from the recycling plant.
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