Nassau passes law requiring CO detectors

Nassau County’s legislature just approved a bill requiring carbon monoxide detectors in all commercial buildings.

Nassau County’s legislature just approved a bill requiring

Nassau County’s legislature just approved a bill requiring carbon monoxide detectors in all commercial buildings.

WOODBURY - A law to prevent another carbon monoxide tragedy has taken effect.

Nassau County’s legislature just approved a bill requiring carbon monoxide detectors in all commercial buildings.

The vote comes after a fatal carbon monoxide leak at Legal Sea Foods at the Walt Whitman Mall in February. 

Suffolk County is working on passing similar legislation. 

 

 

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