Neighbors weigh in on tattoo parlors

In the past few weeks, Jefferson City officials have had plenty of conversations about the environment that is cultivated around tattoo studios.

David Bryan is the property manager for The Bryan Company, which owns 210 E. High St., the building where Capital Tattoo Co. is located downtown. He said since the operators of the business put down a deposit on the site in February, he has not had a single problem with loitering.

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“I get more riffraff coming out of the bars than I ever do out of there (Capital Tattoo Co.),” Jana Corbitt, owner of SnapIt Photos, said. “I get the drunks who are putting their faces up against the glass and all of that. That’s where I get my hassle from.”

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