Tattoo artist Krystal Rogers will soon open her new business, Witching Hour Art Collective, in the city of Decatur following the Tucker City Council’s rejection of a permit for her company.

Since the Tucker City Council’s rejection of her special land use permit in July, Decaturish and the city of Tucker have been haggling over a records request that could shed light on why the council narrowly rejected her application. The dispute led Decaturish to file a complaint against the city of Tucker with the state Attorney General’s Office, alleging the city improperly inflated its fees to produce emails from the four council members who voted against the application: Noelle Monferdini, Michelle Penkava, William Rosenfeld, and Matt Robbins.