Editor, NRN: I am a regular reader of NRN and feel I must comment on the editorial, “Letter grading for restaurants in New York could set legislative curve for other states,” April 16, 2007. As a restaurant owner in North Carolina, I am a bit perplexed by the uproar about posted sanitation letter grades for restaurants in New York. For as long as I can remember—at least the last 30 years—every restaurant in the state of North Carolina has had to post their letter grade, including the ...
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