A judge refused to grant the city of San Antonio a temporary restraining order to shut down the North Side exotic dance club XTC Cabaret for operating without a certificate of occupancy.
Eric S. But at the same time, we have to stand up for our rights and our rights to operate our business. On ExpressNews.
The city is not giving up on its efforts to stop the club from keeping its doors open without a certificate of occupancy. The city may still pursue a temporary injunction against XTC, which had its certificate of occupancy revoked Nov. XTC reopened its doors Feb. They do not have one.
Thus, they should not be operating. I better not give them any ideas. The club has about 35 employees and about 50 dancers, who are independent contractors, Langan said.
SA Inc. The city has cited rulings in its favor from judges in state District Court, the 4th Court of Appeals and U. District Court. XTC said only one judge — state District Judge Mary Lou Alvarez — decided the merits of whether the city had the legal authority to revoke the certificate of occupancy.
Notes from a Dec. Based on those notes, XTC reopened Feb. XTC asked for its own temporary restraining order directing the board to restore the certificate of occupancy.
XTC and the city have swapped five lawsuits since December. A man was hit, killed by car after fight, police say.
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