A Georgia Department of Revenue notice at Jump City informed customers Tuesday that the Evans indoor party facility is closed for business for failure to pay taxes.
The sign stated that the property at 4407 Evans to Locks Road was “seized for non payment of Georgia Revenue Department taxes ...” and warned people not to tamper with the seizure.
Included in the closure and seizure was Shaffer Computer Service, which is located next door.
“We’ve got our attorneys working on it, and it should be all cleared up by this afternoon or hopefully tomorrow,” business owner Henry Shaffer said today. He who would not elaborate further.
The Georgia Department of Revenue was not immediately able to provide details on the incident.
The notice was placed on windows of both businesses alongside festive St. Patrick’s Day artwork. Rides inside the facility were deflated, and the parking lot was empty Tuesday afternoon.