Dr. Dick Huber
To the editor:
Thanks for reporting the food inspection results (March 26). These reports give us some confidence about the food establishments that we visit. I’m assuming this information from the health department is also available to the general public. But it is so much more convenient for the Daily Journal to compile and report this information than for many individuals having to go to the health department to review the inspection results.
But the delay in reporting is somewhat troubling. One inspection on Aug. 19 resulted in 10 critical violations. It was also reported “Critical violations may expose customers to illnesses and typically must be corrected immediately or within days.”