“You don’t have to look too deeply in national headlines for examples of the types of injuries and deaths that could occur should a fire erupt,” Kraun said.
Club attorney Louis Levenson told Channel 2 the owner had hired a licensed contractor to complete the necessary repairs.
“I recognize this is not an ‘Ozzie and Harriet’ style business and I recognize that there was a raid and I recognize that some dancers have been charged,” Leveson said. “What is troubling is that I know of no other business in Sandy Springs summarily shut down without the opportunity to cure code violations or electrical violations.”
Kraun said Flashers can apply to open again for business after the code violations are fixed and the club passes inspection.