Art Knapp reopens Funland after city ‘public safety concerns’

A Port Coquitlam business that had its family play centre shut down by the city last month re-opened over the weekend.

Art Knapp was forced to temporarily close Funland after the municipality issued an order under the Fire Services Act for “public safety reasons.”

Today (Thursday), Fire Chief Nick Delmonico said city managers continue to work with the Office of the Fire Commissioner to ensure concerns — primarily related to emergency exits, occupant loads, flammables and other fire hazards — in the Funland area are addressed.

City managers have also voiced concern about the business’ retail buildings; a Section 57 hearing, which would remove the city from liability and put a notice on title against Art Knapp, is scheduled to take place next month.

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Art Knapp reopens Funland after city ‘public safety concerns’

A Port Coquitlam business that had its family play centre shut down by the city last month re-opened over the weekend. A Port Coquitlam business that had its family play centre shut down by the city last month re-opened over the weekend.