Sarasota News Leader

06/06/2014

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Witnesses have told The Sarasota News Leader they continued to see people in the pool at Bob's Boathouse after the Florida Department of Health in Sarasota County sent an initial "Cease and Desist" order to representatives of the restaurant last month. However, on May 30, a legal assistant with the Aker Law Firm, which represents Bob's Boathouse, notified Tom Higginbotham, the environmental health director for the Florida Department of Health in Sarasota County, that "Bob's is considering petitioning for a People sat on chairs in the pool at Bob's Boathouse five days after the Florida Department of Health in Sarasota County issued the business a 'Cease and Desist' order regarding use of the pool. Contributed photo FORMAL LIST OF VIOLATIONS A REPRESENTATIVE OF BOB'S BOATHOUSE SAYS IT WILL KEEP PEOPLE OUT OF ITS POOL WHILE IT WORKS TO GET THE WATER BODY PERMITTED FOR PUBLIC USE By Rachel Brown Hackney Editor Continued operation of your public swimming pool without an operating permit will result in civil and or administrative enforcement action, including fines up to $500.00 for each day the violation continues to exist. Tom Higginbotham Environmental Health Director Florida Department of Health Sarasota County Office In Letter to Bob's Boathouse Registered Agents

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