The city of Decatur is ordering the only taxi company in town to shut down over what the city manager calls violations of local codes.
City Manager Ryan McCrady ruled Friday that AOK Taxi used an unregistered vehicle as a taxi and failed to inform the city about changes in its fleet such as the junking of a number of cars that had fire damage.
McCrady said the loss of the taxi service would create a hardship, but he said his duty is to make sure the taxis are safe and well regulated.
AOK owner Anthony Walker said he is considering suing the city.
Walker shut the company down for a while last year as he complained about city regulations.