The city may finally shut down a troubled nightspot.

Downtown's Club Xpressions fights to stay open 

The city may finally shut down a troubled nightspot.

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The sale, Majors said, gave him leverage that he didn't have with Hedgepath, who was not subject to the probationary period and its rules.

"I just didn't have the tools in place to effectively deal with club NV or NRG at that point in time," he said.

Hedgepath, meanwhile, remains a far-from-ordinary millionaire. The fact that alcohol has continued to be served at 220 Admiral Boulevard for as long as it has is a testament to his resourcefulness.

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