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|Atlanta gay dance club Jungle in danger of being closed|
|Written by Dyana Bagby|
|Tuesday, 21 February 2012 22:21|
Atlanta's popular gay dance club Jungle may be in danger of being closed after a neighborhood panel postponed a vote to approve a permanent liquor license, according to a story in the Virginia Highland-Druid Hills Patch.
By a 5-4 vote on Monday, Neighborhood Planning Unit-F delayed a vote to give Jungle owner Richard Cherskov a permanent liquor license because he didn't follow procedure by first addressing its neighborhood association, reports the Patch.
Jungle's temporary liquor license expires in March and Cherskov must now make time to meet with the neighborhood association before returning to the planning unit. That process could take longer than April's expiration date.
“If we have to do these meetings in a certain order, we are going to be closed down,” Cherskov said.
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