Will the Pulse Nightclub Crime Scene Also Be Demolished?
Hours before the alleged “worst mass shooting in US history” at the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, the City of Orlando created an online record either concerning the bar’s business tax or a potential building permit involving an unspecified project at the business’ 1912 South Orange Avenue address.
This is according to the transaction’s case number of BUS0004986-003 via the municipality’s online records system at CityofOrlando.net. In the most unusual timing, the electronic record was generated on Saturday June 11, 2016 with an expected completion date of October 1, 2016.
The reason that the document appears to involve construction is that it further states: “Plan revisions may not be submitted until all disciplines have completed their plan reviews.” As homeowners who have pulled a permit to remodel their homes are well aware, the process anticipates several stages of bureaucratic review.
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An MHB reader contacted the City of Orlando and was told that the city doesn’t normally conduct business on Saturdays or Sundays. Thus if the record below is accurate and not the result of automation this client must have been very special indeed.
Another party, YouTuber HowISee the World (below) was informed that the new “case” was merely for submission of Pulse’s “2017 Business Tax,” indicated in the “Fee Description.” If this is true it remains an uncanny coincidence.
One may recall that the main crime scenes of the Sandy Hook massacre–the Sandy Hook school and residence of Adam Lanza–were demolished in 2013 and 2015 respectively (here and here). Is the Pulse Nightclub also scheduled for a similar fate this summer or early fall?