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COLUMBUS, Ohio — The opening of a proposed winter shelter for the homeless will be postponed at least two weeks as government officials and shelter operators wrangle over a host of safety-related problems.
Franklin Township Fire Chief Richard Howard said the building is far from ready for occupancy.
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Russ GregstonThursday, November 15, 2012 6:15:43 AMWhat wrangling? Building codes are in place for a reason. It's simple , comply. Stick to your guns Chief Howard. Good intentions or not it sounds like a last minute slap together portable toilets and all.
Jacob WadsworthFriday, February 01, 2013 10:00:25 PMIndeed, fire codes are created for a reason. It is for the safety of all anyway so compliance is a must. Being strict about it is the right thing to do so that fire hazards will be eliminated. - http://www.zaricode.com/