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The New York City Council seeks feedback from restaurant owners on City’s food safety inspection process
The New York City Council seeks feedback from restaurant owners on City’s food safety inspection process and the new letter grading system.
In light of the recent implementation of letter grades in restaurants across the city, the City Council is asking restaurant owners to participate in a survey explaining their experience going through the new system. This will give City representatives and officials a better understanding of the concerns voiced by small business owners since the grades have been posted on their doors.
Divided into two sections, the first part of the survey seeks background information about the food establishment and solicits views on DOHMH’s inspection process and the letter grading system. The second section requests recent historical data about experiences with inspections and adjudication in administrative tribunals. Specifically, this section seeks details about violations issued during each inspection from 2008 to the present, along with costs accrued in connection with the payment of fines, consultants and improvements. Survey participants are encouraged to answer as many questions as possible.The survey ends on January 30th 2012.
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