The Restaurants at Woodland are closed for the third time in seven days.
Director of dining Rahul Shrivastav said Tuesday's closure is part of the same drainage issue that affected the establishment Monday. As of Tuesday night, Shrivastav said he doesn’t know what the blockage is.
The blockage was causing water to overflow onto the floors, Shrivastav said. In accordance with health standards, the dining area was shut down and the floors were cleaned with bleach.
The dining area has been inspected and cleared it for business, Shrivastav said. However, the facilities management department is waiting to make sure the waste has been completely removed before they clear it.
Director of Facilities Management Larry Isom said the blockage has already been cleared by the department and flushed to a waste tank. They are now waiting for Koorsen, a company that offers various sanitation services, to come with a truck from Indianapolis to confirm the blockage has been flushed and to drain the tank.
Shrivastav said he hopes that they can open up Bloomingberry and the Clubhouse later tonight. The east dining hall, including Romaine, Caliente and Mangia are expected to open Wednesday morning.
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