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On May 2, Lindsay let her clients know that she would open her salon on the 5th of May.
On May 4, OSHA threatened her with a $70,000 fine.
On May 5, she reopened her salon in Downtown Salem.
On May 6, Lindsay received a letter from the city of Salem informing her that she was in violation of the office lease contract. (the city of Salem owns the building her salon occupies)
On May 7, child protective services showed up at her home while she was at the office to initiate an investigation of her children’s environment.
On May 14, OSHA told Lindsey they will fine her $14,000 and they will notify other state agencies to initiate additional investigations.
originally posted by: ZapBrannigan3030
I can understand the issue with the lease, and almost see the relation with regard to OSHA,
But sending out CPS is just obvious government harassment. I'd think a good lawyer could get a win on that one with no problem at all.
These people(gov hacks) are just trying too hard at this point, It's like they are just begging for people to band together and come for them.
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originally posted by: DBCowboy
a reply to: ketsuko
It's really a common tactic.
State agencies are all incestuous.
If you get on the bad side with one agency, you're in Dutch with all agencies.
I work with CMS a lot. You have no idea the intertwining between CMS, OSHA, Fire Marshals. . . .