BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) -- A Birmingham night spot faces a possible shutdown after police complaints and a recent shooting.
The Birmingham City Council's Public Safety Committee has set a public hearing for Aug. 3 on the fate of Galaxy Magic in the Night, the scene of a June 26 parking lot shooting.
Councilman Johnathan Austin says his committee will hold a hearing before making a recommendation to the full council on the club's business license. Austin says the city is taking a harder approach to night spots where violence occurs.
The committee's move comes just a week after the council revoked the licenses of another business after complaints of violence.
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