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Former Club Property Owner Wants City to Shut Down Business

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WACO - A troubled Waco nightspot is targeted for closure.

Bill Foster who used to own the property housing Club Crush wants the City of Waco to shut it down for good.

He plans to attend a city council meeting on Tuesday to request the city to revoke the club’s dance permit.

Foster asked the Sanger-Heights Neighborhood Association on Monday to support the effort. However, the association said it could not take a side on the matter.

Foster has been in a legal battle over ownership for months.

He said he sold the property to Alma Resendiz and Reyna Sauceda in April. Resendiz said she paid $73,000 for the building, but she still cannot move in.

Randy Gober who currently operates Club Crush filed a lawsuit claiming he owns the building. Gober said he made payments for seven years to buy the property.

News Channel 25 checked tax rolls and the deed appears in Resendiz’ name. She plans to open a boutique where Club Crush is right now.

Foster believes this would be better than the current business.

"It is a nuisance,” said Foster. “They've had at least two shootings. We don't know what else goes inside, probably drugs."

“All of the sudden now since he got this lawsuit, he wants to say Club Crush is a problem. Well we don't have [a] problem; more than anyone else have problems,” said Gober.

Resendiz gave Gober an eviction notice for May 21. However, Gober is still on the premises running his nightclub.

Resendiz said she is waiting for a judge to rule on this case in order to move into the building.
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