From the CBS 8 West Alabama Newsroom-- The Selma nightclub where one man was killed-- and five other people were shot recently-- could be shut down by the Selma City Council. Police Chief William Riley is expected to recommend that the council revoke the business license for Club Entourage at a hearing next week. One person was killed-- and five others were shot-- in a shootout at the club about two weeks ago. The hearing is set for June 20th at 5 pm in Council Chambers. "We pay taxes, I'm a tax paying citizen and this is not communist Russia, this is a democracy, we live in a democracy, we got a right to operate," said Club Entourage owner Clyde Richardson. "We believe in free enterprise, we believe in people having businesses and we want to have as many businesses in the city of Selma, but one thing we have to do is we have to balance that with public safety," said Selma Police Chief William Riley. The Selma City Council has already shut down two nightclubs for public safety issues over the past year.