For the second time this year, Jumpin Jupiter owner Jim Callahan received a business license revocation notice, then paid the overdue state taxes to keep the doors open.
Callahan didn't show up at a business license revocation hearing on Tuesday, and the city revoked his license. City Manager Marty Corcoran gave Callahan until 5 p.m. Friday to show proof that taxes have been paid.
Jumpin Jupiter partner Brandy Dunn came in person to city hall at 4:35 p.m. to ask if a fax would do the job, and Corcoran told her he had to have proof in his hand by 5 p.m.
A fax from the state arrived at city hall at approximately 4:50 p.m. Friday.
Dunn had no comment at the time.
Callahan posted a photo from Jefferson City this afternoon on his personal Facebook page and said the doors would be open tonight.
Callahan avoided being closed in late June when he owed the state $28,000, but paid the amount to stay open.
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