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Boston City Council OKs Restaurant Grading System

Last updated on June 13th, 2024 at 05:01 pm

The Boston City Council has approved a sanitation grading system for restaurants on a letter scale and requires the establishments to clearly display their grades. Boston Mayor Marty Walsh is likely to approve the ordinance since he filed the proposal.

Under the new system, biannual sanitation grades will be issued by the Boston Inspectional Services Department and the letter grades will be A, B or C. Restaurants that don’t earn an A grade will be inspected in 30 days for a chance to improve. The results must be posted on a wall within 5 feet of a main entrance.

Grades will be posted on the city website. Posting the grade is optional during the first year of the program. After the initial year, it will be mandatory.

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