Jones said the club's owners could appeal to the city's Board of Zoning Appeals within 30 days.
Jones criticized Amores and Parsons for permitting an 18-year-old to enter their bar.
"They said, 'Well we let him in but we don't let him drink.' Who are you kidding?" Jones said. "Who didn't drink when they were 18? Let's not kid ourselves here."
Without the permit, the business could still operate but wouldn't be permitted to serve liquor or beer.
"They could have a teen dance club I guess," Jones said.
Amores and Parsons did not return phone messages Thursday. Parsons previously told the Gazette that Sunday morning's stabbing happened down the street and not in front of Impulse.
Police Chief Brent Webster said security cameras positioned outside showed the altercation as it spilled out from the club and on to the street.
Webster said he met with Amores and Parsons a few years ago and they agreed to pay two officers to station outside the club Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m.
"That went on for a while but in recent months they asked that we back off Friday and Saturday nights," Webster said. "They were claiming they didn't have any business on those nights. But as you can see on that video, they had a lot of people coming out of there."
Jones said he predicts criminal activity in that area would decrease once Impulse is closed.
If Amores and Parsons appeal their revocation, they would have a hearing before the Zoning Appeals Board. Jones said he would testify that the club has been detrimental to the city and other businesses on Capitol Street share this view.
The state Alcohol Beverage Control Administration is aware of the situation and their officials would attend the hearing, Jones said. ABCA officials temporarily suspended Impulse's liquor license earlier this week.
If the city is successful, Amores and Parsons could take their case to Kanawha County Circuit Court. But Jones doesn't want it to come to that.
"We would hope Ms. Amores would end it on her own and just call it a victory. You made a lot of money now just pack it in," he said. "If not then we are going to pack it in for her."
Reach Travis Crum at travis.c...@wvgazette.com or 304-348-5163.