NEW YORK New York City’s Board of Health will move the discussion over a proposal to rate restaurants’ sanitary conditions with letter grades to a public hearing before it votes on the measure. The board voted Thursday to hold a public hearing on the new grading system on Feb. 5, and then it is expected to vote on the measure in March. Under the proposed system, restaurants would receive grades of A, B or C, and the results would then be posted for public viewing. Those establishments ...
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