Councilman Jim Love tells WOKV he needs to let it all sink in after holding a meeting Thursday at City Hall to discuss violence at local nightclubs.
"I wouldn't go to a club personally that just had somebody killed in it."
Councilman Love says the manager of the Fat Kat lounge showed up at his public meeting about night club safety. He says the man said his name was Eddie but wouldn't give his last name.
"He said they're working on it, they're trying and they have cameras."
One man was killed and four others were injured at the Fat Kat lounge in Murray Hill on the Westside last month. Love says several concerned residents showed up at the meeting and it's clear they want Fat Kats shut down.
"There's a couple of them that just want Fat Kats to go away."
But for now Love says the club will remain open.
Love, however, is hopeful about the meeting, calling it productive. He tells WOKV city leaders, various night club owners and concerned residents all showed up to voice their concerns. He says all he wants is to prevent another night club shooting from happening again.
"I want to keep the guns out, keep the knives out, keep people reasonably safe. Protect the people so they don't have to worry about being shot in the nightclub."
Love says he wants to consult with lawyers and take some time to think about it all before taking any further steps.