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Several restaurants slated for shutdown after failing to pay permits

Posted: 10:32 AM, May 10, 2018
Updated: 2018-05-11 14:19:25-04
Several restaurants slated for shutdown after failing to pay permits

The Douglas County Health Department  put a dozen restaurants on notice Thursday for failing to pay food and drink permits. 

According to a release, the establishments on the list would be forced closed for nonpayment of invoices sent in November that were due to be paid by Dec. 31. The county health department noted in a release Thursday that in some cases, only the kitchen or food and drink operations at these locations would be closed.

"It is possible that some of these businesses already may have closed for other reasons," the release states.

Businesses initially on the list included:

  • Joby C's LLC near 25th and Leavenworth streets
  • Family Fun Center XL on M Street (Update: Paid 5/20)
  • Sneaky Pete's Inc. on L Street (Update: Closed)
  • Holiday Inn on South 72nd Street (Update: Paid 5/20)
  • Regency Lake & Tennis Club on Regency Parkway
  • Steve's Place on North 16th Street
  • Crown Kitchen on South 20th Street
  • Little Caesars Pizza on 30th Street (Update: Paid 5/20)
  • Papa Bob's To Go on Mary Plaza
  • Divino Cafe on Leavenworth Street
  • Johnny Z's on south 24th Street (Update: Closed)
  • Payton's Place on South 42nd Street (Update: Closed)