Restaurants to Post Ratings From County Health Inspectors
Restaurants will soon have to post their ratings from county inspectors to show how well they are complying with health codes.
The City Council has voted to ratify a county ordinance that requires restaurants to post the letter grade they receive from inspectors.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors recently passed a county ordinance requiring the posting of the A, B or C grade but, to enforce it, incorporated cities are required to pass their own law.
West Covina council members unanimously approved the ordinance with council members Steve Herfert and Ben Wong absent. Wong is the owner of one of the city’s best known restaurants--The Great Wall.