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September 15, 2013

Restaurant report card — Whitfield County

Whitfield County Environmental Health conducts inspections of restaurants. The inspectors may require a re-inspection. Restaurants are required by law to post their most recent inspection permit.

The Daily Citizen lists areas where the establishments are out of compliance with the regulations. Recent restaurant scores for all six counties within the North Georgia Health District are available at www.nghd.org.

New Hope Elementary, 1175 New Hope Road

Current score: 100

Current grade: A

Previous score: 97

Previous grade: A

Comments: None.

New Hope Middle School, 1325 New Hope Road

Current score: 100

Current grade: A

Previous score: 100

Previous grade: A

Comments: None.

RossWoods Adult Day Services, 1402 Walston Ave.

Current score: 100

Current grade: A

Previous score: 100

Previous grade: A

Comments: None.

Whitfield County Career Academy, 2300 Maddox Chapel Road

Current score: 100

Current grade: A

Previous score: 100

Previous grade: A

Comments: None.

El Lagunero Restaurant, 1009 E. Walnut Ave.

Current score: 99

Current grade: A

Previous score: N/A (new restaurant)

Previous grade: N/A

Comments: Dumpster has a very bad odor. Replace Dumpster.

Cedar Ridge Elementary School, 285 Cedar Ridge Road

Current score: 98

Current grade: A

Previous score: 100

Previous grade: A

Comments: Plumbing at front hand sink — mixing valve broken. Repair plumbing problem.

Morris Innovative High School, 104 Fort Hill Terrace

Current score: 98

Current grade: A

Previous score: 98

Previous grade: A

Comments: Finish area in front of walk-ins. Finish ceiling over serving line. Do not use tape as finishing product.

Tunnel Hill Elementary, 203 E. School St.

Current score: 96

Current grade: A

Previous score: 96

Previous grade: A

Comments: Bag of cheese was observed with date marking for use for eight days. Food may be used for a maximum of seven days with day one being day original container was opened or food was prepared. Another bag of cheese observed just one day past disposal day. Routinely check dates for timely disposal.

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