YORK, Pa. (WHTM) — After receiving several warnings for opening dine-in services under Gov. Wolf’s shutdown order, the business license for both Round the Clock Diners are now temporarily suspended.
Department of Agriculture Press Secretary Shannon Powers says both Round the Clock Diners were warned twice before their licenses were temporarily suspended. Clarification on Round The Clock having its licenses “temporarily suspended” not revoked as their wording said last night.
The diners were initially sent a warning letter by the departments of Agriculture and Health on May 14. Agriculture Department food safety inspectors discovered six days later that both businesses were still non-compliant with the governor’s orders and issued a second warning.
Powers said the diners were explicitly told that their licenses would be revoked if they continued to disregard Gov. Wolf’s order, which resulted in them having their licenses suspended on Friday.
Round the Clock Diner told ABC27 that they are still open and will not close. Ignoring closure protocols could possibly result in a hefty fine.
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