With all the new restaurants popping up in and around the city, who is enforcing the city’s restaurant codes, laws and keeping tract of hood cleaning expiration dates of local restaurants that protect the public from tragedy occurring?
Who takes the responsibility if a grease fire occurs in a restaurant hood due to expired maintence stickers and/or an overdue hood cleaning?
Would the city be on the hook? Or would the liability fall on the fire department, the restaurant owner, the landlord or the insurance company? The answer would be all of the above unless the restaurant owner was properly notified and/or given a cease work order due to non compliance from an inspector or the local fire department.
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By Skip Murray
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Nutrition Fair: Monday, June 16th – 10:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M. at our Holland Street Center. Health & Nutrition information as well as resources – Demonstrations & Recipe tips – Free samples, give aways and door prizes.
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By Bob Katzen
THE HOUSE AND SENATE: Beacon Hill Roll Call records the votes of local representatives on five roll calls and local senators on seven roll calls from the week of June 9-13.
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Continue reading Beacon Hill Roll Call Volume 39 -Report No. 24 June 9-13, 2014