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Sunday, July 16, 2017
Noi Dui Carne Grand Opening Tonight: Is it safe for the residents of 143 West 69 Street?
Plates for the grand opening of Noi Due Carne in rear, flanked by rat traps
One of several rat traps behind Noi Due and steps from the open plates for the grand opening of Noi Due Carne, tonight, Sunday, July 16, 2017
Wiring into Noi Due restaurant (potential fire hazard?)
Two more air conditioning units wired into Noi Dui from building (another fire hazard?)
Noi Due is about to open their second restaurant, Noi Due Carne, this evening Sunday July 16, 2017.
While their plates sit in an open crate near several rat traps the residents of both 143 West 69 Street and its sister building, 2020 Broadway remain concerned about various fire hazards.
On-going communication with their attorney to ensure the owners don't put residents or their patrons in harm's way hasn't yielded the desired results. In order to show the attorney the problems we are facing, we have had to begin to send photos to prove our case.
"If there were a fire today, no one in the back would get out," a resident who lives in one of the rear apartments told Kirby Sommers, President of the Cornfeld Tenants Association.
While Noi Due attempted to maintain their "Grand Opening Date" a secret, it was leaked.
But that is not all that leaked.
Leaking condensation onto the ground floor level are air conditioners installed to cool off the patrons of the kosher restaurant.
"It's not safe. These things emit carbon monoxide and that's dangerous," another concerned tenant offered then added: "And then there is the matter of all of the cross wires and services from one building to another. Let's hope this isn't the next East Village disaster."
More pipes attaching to and from 143 West 69 Street to 2020 Broadway for the restaurants' use.
One of Noi Due's sheds blocking the fire escape. Shows some of the pipes installed from one building to the other.
Noi Due owner(s) Golan Chetrit in the rear with the sheds. That is how the tablecloths, the napkins, the servers uniforms are handled. Put on the ground on top of rat droppings!