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Agenda Item No.: 52. AGENDA SUMMARY PAGE CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF: SEPTEMBER 6, 2006 DEPARTMENT: CITY ATTORNEY DIRECTOR: BRADFORD R. JERBIC Consent    Discussion SUBJECT: Hearing, discussion and possible action seeking disciplinary action against The Power Company, Inc., d/b/a Crazy Horse Too, 2476 Industrial Road, Las Vegas, Clark County, Nevada for violations of Title 6 of the Las Vegas Municipal Code, based on a First Amended Complaint for Disciplinary Action approved by the Las Vegas City Council July 12, 2006 - Ward 3 (Reese) Fiscal Impact No Impact Augmentation Required Budget Funds Available Dept./Division: Amount: Funding Source: PURPOSE/BACKGROUND: The Power Company, Inc. d/b/a Crazy Horse Too holds Tavern License No. L16-00003-4- 000209.  On June 1, 2006, The Power Company, Inc. pled guilty in federal court to one count of Conspiracy to Participate in an Enterprise Engaged in Racketeering Activity between January 1, 2000, and 2005.  Frederick Rizzolo and 16 of his employees also entered guilty pleas to federal felonies.  The charging documents pled to, as well as the plea memoranda in support of the guilty pleas, describe the actual business activity of Crazy  Horse Too as constituting a public or private nuisance in that the business of Crazy Horse Too was conducted in an unlawful, illegal or impermissible manner.  On August 1, 2006, The Power Company, Inc. answered the disciplinary complaint and admitted that the government would have sought to prove at trial 35 to 40 beatings had occurred at Crazy Horse Too in three years. RECOMMENDATION: LVMC 6.02.360 provides that the Council may, in its discretion, impose a range of sanctions upon a licensee found to have committed a disciplinary offense, including, but not limited to, revocation, suspension, or fine. BACKUP DOCUMENTATION: None