In other business, city leaders have requested additional information from the developers of the proposed strip club on Airport Road.



City leaders had asked representatives from the project to "establish" that the current applicant, Red Brick Construction, had the ability to file for a development order as a sexually oriented business under the city's settlement agreement with Oasis of Destin, Inc and Trident Operations, LLC. They had also requested to determine the "status" of Trident Operations as it relates to its corporate filings.



According to documents filed on behalf of the city by Ard, Shirley & Rudolph, P.A., to the proposed project's developers, a majority of the questions have been answered.



Instead of Red Brick Construction being listed as the applicant on the 5,000-square-foot-plus strip club, as it was originally listed, Trident Operations will be substituted. Developers also provided the city with a copy of the deed from the property purchase that listed Trident as the lessee, authorizing the company to file for a development order based on the settlement agreement.



As of Tuesday, city planners are still waiting for documents to be filed before they review the development application for The Runway. That means developers have yet to secure a development order, which would allow them to convert the old Pottery World into the city’s first strip club.