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June 14, 2007

Albany --  Last week, Boxer's applied for a change in status from a restaurant and bar to only a bar. That means no one under 21 is allowed inside, and the club won't be allowed to open on Sundays.

City Manager Alfred Lott says he welcomed the change which will allow the city to keep closer tabs on the establishment. "As I pledged to the residents of that neighborhood, we're going to check them every night they they're open to make sure they're following the rules," said Lott.  

Lott says he's putting together a list of violations, and if problems continue at Boxers, he'll look into further action against the club.

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