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It’s go at Furniture Limited


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HEALTH?OFFICIALS?have finally given Furniture Limited permission to reopen after the department store was closed for six months because of environmental reasons.
The store, located on Cumberland Street, The City, opened its doors to the public this week after health officials blocked a planned opening last week.
When a DAILY NATION?team visited the newly painted store, the door was open and staff, one of whom said they were open for business, were in place. A huge decorated Christmas tree adorned the interior.
Health officials told the DAILY?NATION?that the green light was given for the store to reopen following another inspection but stressed that the first floor would remain out of bounds.
The store, owned by the Merchandani family, was forced to close in June over environmental concerns.  (MB)


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