Editor Deanna Allen firstname.lastname@example.org
11:07 pm on Thursday, March 1, 2012
Please do not trust or be fooled by ANY posting health inspection grades provided for this restaurant—you will be surprised. I landed in the ER, spending Christmas day in 12/2011, suffering from Gastroenteritis! After receiving open records from the Environmental health department a couple of weeks ago, it reveals last year alone, this establishment received TWO failing grades under 65%, stemming from public complaints and all showed a risk factor for foodborne illnesses (not washing hands, dirty kitchen, etc.) earning a score of 2 out of 3. Oh and guess what, after inquiring about 2010 inspection reports, I was told earlier this week, no inspection has been reported in the system for that year—WHAT!! Now what’s wrong with this picture folks?? Restaurant inspections must be conducted twice a year!! To complicate matters even worse, not only is 2010 inspection information unavailable for my access, the failing inspection in 8-2011 listed disturbing behavior such as: “Observed employee cleaning his station touching trash cans with gloves on and returning to preparing food dishes without washing hands and changing gloves” Think this information is false,? Submit your own request for open records to the Fulton County health department. You will also see five inspections had to be conducted last year, many because of consumer complaints:~(
11:24 pm on Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Thank-you! Timothy on your reports just several weeks ago a friend-girl/oh school girl friend shared with me that the grading will now have to be posted, by Law. I appericate that!
4:10 pm on Thursday, June 23, 2011
Tim, I don't like the fare increase, personally, but I understand the reasoning behind it. I use the MARTA rail line often when traveling as much as possible to conserve gas, but I was hoping that MARTA would have raised the fares incrementally like .25 for the first year or so, then .50....that's just my opinion though.
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