The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene said Tuesday it has finalized plans for a letter-grade inspection system set to begin in late July for the city’s 24,000 restaurants. In the interim, the department said it will hold free workshops on the new rules for restaurant owners and operators in each borough of the city. The new inspection system issues letter grades – A, B or C – that restaurants are required to post near their entrances so the public has ...

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