Restaurateur could face $42K in fines for refusing service animals
A Manhattan restaurateur could be facing $42,000 in fines for refusing to welcome service animals at his eateries, according to legal documents.
Staffers at Limon Jungle and Intermezzo, among the eateries owned by Besim Kukaj, allegedly balked at making the federally mandated concessions to the handicapped, kicking off a battle with the city’s Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings.
, commission on human rights
, elizabeth rosner
, henry goldstein
, limon jungle
, New York
, new york post
, nolan hicks
, office of administrative trials and hearings