Planes TWP. — On Tuesday, Magisterial District Judge Joseph D. Spagnuro Jr. ruled that the proceedings against fitness center owner Larry Danco would be “suspended” for 365 days.
According to Danco’s lawyer Frank McCabe, Danco offers undecided community services and expects the proceedings to eventually be dismissed.
Danco is the owner of Danco’s All-American Fitness Center and faced several citations after starting a business against Governor Tom Wolf’s orders during a pandemic.
Danko reopened his business after being closed for more than two months.
In November 2020, a district judge dismissed a summary count of violating state disease prevention and control laws against Danco.
Danco was quoted by the Dallas Police Department on June 8, 2020, for opening a fitness center at the Twin Stacks Center on the North Memorial Highway, in contravention of state orders that closed non-essential businesses during the coronavirus pandemic. I did.
Danco reopens Plains Township’s Back Mountain Fitness Center and another fitness center on May 26, 2020, after closing the gym in March 2020, when Governor Tom Wolf ordered the closure of a non-essential business. bottom.
Plains Township Police has submitted 23 summary citations to Danco in connection with the opening of the Plains Township Gym.
Danko said in a Times Leader article on May 26, 2020 that he has reopened the fitness center to give employees the opportunity to return to work and bring their business to the forefront.
“I’ve been doing this for 30 years. I had to keep doing business. I had no choice,” Danko reportedly said.
The Danko case was “suspended for a year.”Owners of community services
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