ST. LOUIS COUNTY (KSDK) – Jamestown Mall has closed for a second time due to cooler temperatures in the mall's common areas, according to a St. Louis County spokesman.
Inspectors found the mall's temperatures measured at 59 degrees Friday morning and early afternoon, according to David Wrone of St. Louis County's Departments of Highways and Traffic and Public Works.
St. Louis County requires buildings to measure at a temperature of at least 68 degrees.
The mall closed previously for the same reason Nov. 27 and reopened two days later.
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Macy's, Sears Tire and Auto Center, and JC Penney are not affected by the mall's closure and will remain open.