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can still be seen, but go inside, and you will see work in progress for a new gentleman club one that doesn seem to be welcome in Huntsville."We have a problem with that because the same type of business was here for 30 years, doing the same thing we are trying to do," said Darrick Taylor, manager of Volcano 256.After making more than $50,000 in renovations to Saucony Type A6 the place, the club liquor license was rejected by the city.The city said it has a good reason for keeping the club from opening its doors."The crime in itself related Saucony New York Marathon
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to that club, particularly in that area, went down dramatically after it closed. We took an even bigger picture of the surrounding area, which included the apartments, and found out our calls for service really went down after it closed," said Sergeant Mark Roberts with Huntsville Police.There have also been some issues with zoning and permits for the business."What we are saying is that is not a good location for adult entertainment. We have other zones in the city of Huntsville that would allow such entertainment and we feel that where those type of establishments need to be," Robert said.
Strip club controversy could soon be settled
changes name to combat stigmaMental health facility changes name to combat stigmaUpdated: Thursday, August 28 2014 11:25 PM EDT2014 08 29 03:25:50 GMTThe Mental Health Center of Madison County is hoping to help more people who need it by changing its own name. deputies continuesFBI confirms investigation of Madison Co.This controversy has been going on for almost two years now, but it may finally be settled.The city council is set to take a vote Thursday on whether the club, Volcano 256, can be granted its liquor license after all.As of now, a denied application is what keeping the business from opening its doors.Remnants of the old Silver Dollar Strip Club Saucony Triumph 3
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