Officers in south suburban Orland Park upheld the choice to revoke the enterprise license of the village’s Sky Zone location Monday after an incident in which a report of a fight prompted a large police response at the trampoline park in September of last year.
At some point following the Sept. 12 incident, village officers introduced their intent to revoke the enterprise license, explaining “intentional and willful acts that jeopardize public well being, security and welfare” haven’t any place in the neighborhood.
Following an preliminary listening to by which 12 witnesses had been referred to as, 10 by the village and two by Sky Zone, the village’s listening to officer issued an order revoking the enterprise license, based on a information launch.
The listening to officer, Orland Park Village Supervisor George Koczwara, acknowledged, “Sky Zone enticed youngsters into their facility…and had an obligation to take cheap steps to supply safety to make sure their younger prospects are protected from unreasonable dangers of hurt.”
The ruling added the actions that occurred on Sept. 12 unreasonably interfered with “the peace, security, safety and basic welfare of these harmless youngsters” and the “peace, security, safety, consolation and welfare” of the encircling space and basic public.
Sky Zone filed an attraction, which was offered at a listening to on Feb. 22. On the village board’s assembly Monday night time, the board upheld the revocation of the enterprise license, which was efficient instantly.
NBC 5 reached out to Sky Zone company for remark, however had but to listen to again late Monday.