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April 23, 2004

 

Here is the weekly scorecard of Albany area restaurants from the Dougherty County Health Department. 

 

Restaurant

Location

Score

Violation

Bruster’s Ice Cream

2822 Old Dawson Rd.

99

None

Magnolia Elem.

1700 Sanford Dr.

94

None

Merry Acres Mid. Sch.

1601 Florence Dr.

93

E

Outback Steakhouse

823 N. Westover

96

None

Plantation Grille

629 n. Westover

     96

None

S’Barro

Alb. Mall

100

None

Sherwood Christ.

2200 Stuart Av.

98

None

Starbucks

417 3rd Av.

100

None

Westover High

2600 Partridge

83

None

 

Key to Violations:

A. Employee hygiene matters

B. Temperature control of foods or food sources

C. Facility/Equipment problems

D. Storage of cleaning products/toxic materials

E. Food handling Technique

(All major discrepancies are corrected before the health inspector leaves the premises.)

 

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posted at 3:00 PM  by dave.miller@walb.com