jellys.jpgOwners of a San Francisco club on Pier 50 that is facing eviction after a homicide outside its doors last month are organizing a protest at the Port of San Francisco today.

The Port served Jelly’s with a notice of eviction in the days following the fatal shooting of Lee Farley, 39, of Richmond, on July 11 outside the club. The eviction is scheduled to take effect next Wednesday.

The Port said the decision was made in response to the shooting, other incidents of violence in recent years, including another fatal shooting outside the club, as well as noise complaints from neighbors and violation of the terms of the lease.

Club owners insist the violence is unrelated to the activity of the venue, which operates as a restaurant and dance cafe. They are calling the eviction “unfair and illegal.”
The protest begins at 4 p.m. at Pier 1.

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