City Councilman Tony Avella (D−Bayside) has renewed his fight against InSpa World in College Point, calling for the Korean establishment to be closed down after it received several fire violations from the Fire Department.
Avella said the FDNY issued violations to InSpa World for blocked exits, inadequate exit signs, double cylinder locks, no proof of flame proofing and the lack of maintenance of a fire suppression system.
“I find it completely disgraceful and unacceptable that the facility has remained in operation under such blatant negligence and mismanagement,” Avella said. “This building should be shut down immediately until all corrections are made.”
Avella slams spa on fire code