Ciro’s Update: Curiouser and Curiouser

I really, really, REALLY need to be working right now.  This is just foolishness…  🙂

Anyway, on Lauren’s advice, I called Monreal Plumbing this morning, the company that was issued a permit to disconnect Ciro’s sewage lines on August 13th.  According to Monreal Plumbing, that job was completed on August 13th, just as the permit report indicated.

Usually, if sewer lines are disconnected, then it’s only a matter of weeks before a property is demolished.  And I’m wondering if it’s possible that Ciro’s honestly has no idea that their sewer lines have been disconnected, or that they have no idea what this whole “demolition” news is all about.

Apparently it’s quite possible, according to this comment left by their manager at Swamplot.  The restaurant maintains that they are open for business and that no demolition is scheduled.  And not to leave any stone unturned, I tried calling Cherry Demolition once again, but with no luck.

So who wants to go watch the drama go down at lunch?  😉

4 responses to “Ciro’s Update: Curiouser and Curiouser

  1. Are you calling Cherry’s main number . . . or the number listed on the permit report?

  2. Don’t know what the manager said in his comment, but the cute brit linked here is good enough for me!

  3. @ Gus: The number on the permit report, which I’m assuming isn’t the main line now… 😀

    @ Mary: Awesome. I was using that picture to taunt a friend of mine. The link has — sadly — been fixed now. 🙂

  4. So are they still open? And they will remain open during the demo? Was this just a mix up with the “naming” on the property?

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