Read more about the article One restaurant temporarily shut down, two others failed inspections in JulyContributed/Champaign-Urbana Public Health District
A draft version of a reinspection notice. Public health officials are drafting ordinances that would require food establishments to post a color-coded placard that indicates the results of each health inspection. Yellow means the food establishment failed its health inspection with an adjusted score below 36 and but can remain open pending a reinspection within 30 days.

One restaurant temporarily shut down, two others failed inspections in July

One restaurant was temporarily shut down after failing a second health inspection in July. Two other places failed as well but remained open. Peking…

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Read more about the article Restaurants temporarily closed in June for failing health inspections have similar historyPhoto provided/The Champaign-Urbana Public Health District
Example of a color-coded placard that restaurants would be required to post under a proposed plan to make inspection results more public. Red means that the restaurant's health permit was suspended following a health inspection.

Restaurants temporarily closed in June for failing health inspections have similar history

Three of the five restaurants that failed health inspections in June were temporarily closed over multiple repeat violations and failures. One restaurant, Main St.…

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Read more about the article From fuzzy mold to raw sewage – 11 area restaurants failed health inspections in April, MayContributed/Champaign-Urbana Public Health District
A draft version of a reinspection notice. Public health officials are drafting ordinances that would require food establishments to post a color-coded placard that indicates the results of each health inspection. Yellow means the food establishment failed its health inspection with an adjusted score below 36 and but can remain open pending a reinspection within 30 days.

From fuzzy mold to raw sewage – 11 area restaurants failed health inspections in April, May

Eleven restaurants failed health inspections in April and May, with critical violations ranging from employees not washing hands to potentially hazardous foods out of…

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Read more about the article Two Champaign restaurants failed inspections in MarchContributed/Champaign-Urbana Public Health District
A draft version of a reinspection notice. Public health officials are drafting ordinances that would require food establishments to post a color-coded placard that indicates the results of each health inspection. Yellow means the food establishment failed its health inspection with an adjusted score below 36 and but can remain open pending a reinspection within 30 days.

Two Champaign restaurants failed inspections in March

By Pam G. Dempsey/CU-CitizenAccess.org -- Two restaurants failed restaurant inspections in March, according to the latest health inspection records released this month. The Champaign-Urbana…

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Read more about the article Few restaurants netted top scores on health inspectionsContributed/C-U Public Health District
A picture of a proposed color-coded placard that indicates compliance with local public health ordinances. Public Health officials are looking at ways to make inspection results more public.

Few restaurants netted top scores on health inspections

By Pam G. Dempsey/CU-CitizenAccess¬†-- Just 29 Champaign County eateries ranked in the top scoring health inspections over the past six months, a new CU-CitizenAccess.org…

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Read more about the article Six restaurants temporarily shut down after failing health inspectionsPhoto provided/The Champaign-Urbana Public Health District
Example of a color-coded placard that restaurants would be required to post under a proposed plan to make inspection results more public. Red means that the restaurant's health permit was suspended following a health inspection.

Six restaurants temporarily shut down after failing health inspections

By CU-CitizenAccess.org staff Twenty-one restaurants in Champaign County failed health inspections in the last six¬† months, with critical violations ranging from improper storage of…

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Read more about the article Health officials put restaurant inspection placard system on the tableContributed/C-U Public Health District
A picture of a proposed color-coded placard that indicates compliance with local public health ordinances. Public Health officials are looking at ways to make inspection results more public.

Health officials put restaurant inspection placard system on the table

By Kevin Huebschman/For CU-CitizenAccess.org A proposal to require restaurant owners to post a color-coded placard based on their latest health inspection results has raised…

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