Park City Club Hit With Fine and Suspension

Park City Club Hit With Fine and Suspension

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PARK CITY, Utah (AP) -- A Park City club is hit with a fine and temporary suspension of its liquor license.

The club called Monkey Bar gained notoriety last year after showcasing stripteases and lap dances.

Yesterday, The Utah Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission voted to fine owner Gregg Davison 250-dollars, charged him 15-hundred and 40-dollars in administrative costs. The commission also ordered the club to a 32-day suspension of its liquor license starting April First.

Complaints about the Monkey Bar came to Park City police last summer. They alerted the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, which led to the state investigation.

City officials wanted the lap-dancing issue resolved by D-A-B-C before they decide whether to take further action, such as revoking the club's business license.

Davison said he hoped to reopen for Park City's summer season, offering a "hip atmosphere with lingerie dancing."

(Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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