Ask Joe: Why was local restaurant shut down ?

Reported by: Joe Hart
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Updated: 2/27/2013 6:45 pm
Carly Johnson wrote in saying she and her family went to the Golden Flower Restaurant on West Fifth street on Friday and it was closed.  She says there was a notice from the county saying the restaurant had been shut down because of improper asbestos removal.   She wants to know if its going to re-open ?

I went by today and the restaurant was back open.
I checked with Phil ulibarri at the Washoe County Health Department. He says they shut the restaurant down at around 4:00 on Friday because the owners had done some remodeling and did not get the proper asbestos permits before doing the work.   There were about 20 customers inside at the time and everyone had to leave.
The owners had to hire a certified lab to come give it all the clear on saturday. They did that and the resaurant did re-open on Saturday.   Ulibarri says the owners were fined $5,000 by the air quality division, but again the restaurant is safe and has been given the all-clear from the health district.

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fourthestate - 3/3/2013 12:24 PM
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ah the government saving us from ourselves again.

Kramer - 3/1/2013 12:13 PM
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a house hit byn a truck (somewhere in the vast NV4 archives) on W. 7th st. had asbestos shingles; these deposit fibres and dust when broken. All i see is a fence, no asbestos-specific Warnings nor watewring. District health is a sham Dept. out for $ and power.

maddyo says so - 3/1/2013 9:28 AM
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Wonderful, asbestos dust in my pho noodle bowl all these years.
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