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Bo'Maz hearing delayed
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The second show-cause hearing between the Walthourville City Council and Bo’Maz owners, Bobby and Mazie Fabian, was put on hold Tuesday because of a scheduling conflict.
City officials planned to meet with the Fabians and their attorney, Kimberly Copeland, to discuss the possible revocation of the owners' Sunday alcohol sales license, but Copeland was unable to attend because she was handling other cases in court.
According to a legal notice prepared by Walthourville officials, the move to revoke the Fabians' Sunday alcohol license is based on charges of violating the city’s noise and alcoholic beverage ordinances and disorderly conduct (fighting, gunfire and outside drinking), as well as state fire code violations.
A previous show-cause hearing was held in June to decide whether to temporarily close Bo'Maz for 30 days, after an incident in May when multiple gunshots were fired in the parking lot as club goers departed.
The hearing to decide whether the Fabians’ Sunday alcohol sales license will be revoked has been rescheduled for Oct. 12 at 1 p.m. inside the Walthourville City Hall. 
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