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San Diego

April 09, 1985

The San Diego city attorney's office settled a lawsuit Thursday against the Golden Gate Market on National Avenue in connection with 15 alleged violations of the health and safety code, including storing poisonous substances near food and failure to eradicate insect infestations. The owner of the market, Salim Pattah, has agreed to pay the $2,200 it cost the San Diego County Department of Health Services and the city attorney's office to investigate the yearlong case, according to William Newsome, deputy city attorney in the consumer fraud unit. Under the settlement, if the defendant violates any more provisions of the health and safety code, he may be fined as much as $6,000 per day for every violation. Newsome said the case was settled because the defendant had corrected all the violations.

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