NEW YORK The city's Department of Health and Mental Hygiene said its health inspectors failed about one-quarter of the restaurants they examined during the year ended June 30, with nearly half of them flunked because of problems with rats. In a report released Thursday, the health department said restaurants failed to win a passing grade in about 25 percent of the of the inspections that were conducted during fiscal 2007. It indicated that the failure rate hovered around 20 percent ...
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