In this week’s New York Press, there’s an interesting article on the New York Department of Health and Mental Hygiene’s restaurant inspections system, “Grade Expectations” by Sam Roudman. A new inspection system was put into place last year that uses a point system where restaurants get an A if their score is 0-13 points, a B if 14-27 points and a C for 28 points or more. If a restaurant doesn’t get an A on its first inspection, it has a certain period of time to address concerns for a second inspection. More information is available on the NY-DHMH Web site. Apparently, if the restaurant gets a B or C, the grade is posted as “Grade Pending” to give the restaurant an opportunity to rectify the issues.
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