Here we go again. The Orange County Supervisors are finally admitting that they blew it when they set up our current restaurant health rating system – the only one in Southern California that does NOT include letter grades for restaurants.
The board voted 3-1, with Supervisor Janet Nguyen abstaining, to send a plan back to staff for some tweaking. A majority of supervisors want signs in the window that make it more obvious to customers if a restaurant has passed or failed an inspection.
Restaurants that pass would get green signs, ones that fail would have a red sign in the window, and a business that has been “conditionally” passed, but requires a re-inspection, would have a yellow sign. (Source: RSM Patch)