STRIP CLUBS, SPORTS TEAMS, RESTAURANTS, BARBER SHOPS ALL INVESTIGATED FOR COVID VIOLATIONS.
BOCANEWSNOW.COM FILES PUBLIC RECORDS DEMAND TO OBTAIN VIOLATION INFORMATION.
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — BocaNewsNow.com just obtained the current list of complaints filed with Palm Beach County over businesses allegedly not complying with COVID-19 orders. Those orders include social distancing, mask use, hours of operation, services being offered, and more. Among those investigated: an “adult” club with strippers, restaurants, barbershops, even professional sports teams.
Those orders include social distancing, mask use, hours of operation, services being offered, and more. Among those investigated: an “adult” club with strippers, restaurants, barbershops, even professional sports teams.
We are publishing the list in its entirety as we received it from Palm Beach County following a public records request filed by BocaNewsNow.com. We remind our readers that Broward County has built a website that reveals this information in real time. Palm Beach County, however, is not releasing this information on demand — yet. Officials tell us a website, like Broward County’s Violation Tracker, is in the works.
A note: while this information is being republished in its original form, BocaNewsNow.com has redacted the telephone numbers of the “CEOs” — or “Code Enforcement Officers” — who are a part of the COVID Education and Enforcement Team.
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