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City to hear Oasis appeal Tuesday
Council meets at 6 p.m.
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    An appeal by Glenn Compopiano and Michelle Masri of Oasis regarding a decision of the Alcohol Control Board will be heard by the city council at their regular meeting Tuesday night.
    The restaurant was fined $7,000 and its alcohol license suspended for 120 days last month after the Alcohol Control Board found it had charged a undercover police officer a different cover charge than a female and also had a portion of the restaurant reserved exclusively for women, thereby denying him service.
    Both are violations of the city's alcohol ordinance.
    Other items on the city's agenda include:
    • discussion and possible action on land availability at Luetta Moore Park for a Community Center replacement by the Statesboro-Bulloch County Parks and Recreation Department;
    • a motion to approve the purchase of 40 lightpost banners commemorating the 100th anniversary of Georgia Southern;
    • a motion to authorize the destruction of public records that have exceeded the required holding period.
    The meeting will be at 6 p.m. in the city hall council chambers.
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