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More Frat House Troubles
9/28/2017
 
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The owners of the controversial Penn State Beta Theta Pi fraternity house have been cited for violations for using the house as a place for fraternity alum to stay the night prior to Penn State home football games. According to the citations the fraternity is cited for violations related to change of use and not having a fire safety program license from the borough code official. The owners face fines of $785 total for both citations. One of the two citations stated that the owners changed the occupancy of the house from a non transient multi family house to a transient without the proper permit which is a violation of a borough code that calls for owners of a building to apply for the required permit before changing the occupancy in a commercial building. The other citation stated that the owners used the house as a transient multi family house without the proper permit, a violation of a borough code that calls for owners of a building to get a fire safety program license from the borough code official before running a building for lodging, or allowing an individual or corporation to rent space in the building.
  
 
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