St. Louis, Missouri 2021-09-12 07:30:00 –
Blue Springs, Missouri (KCTV) — The battle for the future of Rae’s Café will take place in court on Monday morning.
A remote hearing will be held in front of Judge James F. Byrnes in Division 5 at 10 am on September 13.
Court documents state that the defendant seeks to resolve the temporary detention order granted on Friday.
Rae’s Café went against the Maskman date in Jackson County and eventually lost his food permit. The restaurant tried to reopen as a private club with a $ 1 cover charge. The Department of Health has declared the new surgery a threat to public health. It issued multiple closure orders for Ray and demanded a formal court order to close the restaurant this week.
On Friday, a judge in the Jackson County district issued a restraint order banning the cafe from reopening for 21 days.
Amanda Wallets, who owns the restaurant, is openly raising funds for her statutory costs.
Supporters point out that she is a single mother.
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmidt spoke in front of a crowd of hundreds at Raise on Saturday morning.
“She is losing her livelihood because of the government’s overkill,” Schmidt posted on Twitter with the hashtag #NoMaskMandates.
Jackson County argued that a detention order was needed in front of the judge because the warning and ticket did not work.
Hundreds of people gathered this morning to support Amanda Wohletz, the owner of Rae’s Cafe. She has lost her livelihood due to the overkill of the local government I was proud to stand with her. There is a bubbling of energy there. Regular people who want to regain their country. #NoMaskMandates pic.twitter.com/khiqha9XaX
— Eric Schmitt (@Eric_Schmitt) September 11, 2021
Filing points out that 388 people died from COVID in Jackson County and the country is in the midst of a pandemic.
This is the first closed business in Jackson County due to COVID restrictions.
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