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Restaurant Health Permit Suspensions--september

November 23, 1989|Clipboard researched by Elene Burnet and Susan Davis Greene / Los Angles Times

The environmental health division of Orange County's Health Care Agency performs routine unannounced inspections of the county's more than 6,000 restaurants, markets and other food establishments. When conditions violate state law or applicable county and municipal codes, inspectors can issue notices of violation. If inspectors find during an announced recheck that conditions cited in the notice have not been rectified, they can effectively close the business by suspending its health permit. Inspectors can also issue a summary health permit suspension during a routine inspection if they find an immediate health threat. In all cases, health permits are reinstated as soon as the situation is rectified.

Business

New Mandarin Garden: 111 W. Avenue Palizada San Clemente

Dates Closed: Sept. 11-12

Reasons Cited for Suspension

Failure to comply with notice of violation: cockroach infestation.

Business

Nam Hoa Market: 4380 Brookhurst St.Garden Grove

Dates Closed: Sept. 18-21

Reasons Cited for Suspension

Failure to comply with notice of violation: still had a large cockroach infestation, shelving need painting and/or sealing and flooring need repairing.

Business

Naugles: 2130 S. Bristol St.Santa Ana

Dates Closed: Sept. 19-20

Reasons Cited for Suspension

Failure to comply with notice of violation: flies in food; no fan over rear door; drive-up window left open without fly fan.

Business

La Mexicana Market: 701 E. 4th St. Santa Ana

Dates Closed: Sept. 26-29

Reasons Cited for Suspension

Failure to comply with notice of violation: uncovered trash containers; two compartment sinks leaking; deteriorated floor covering; no light in produce walk-in; meat mislabeled.

RESTAURANT HEALTH PERMIT SUSPENSIONSJuly 1988-September 1989

City: Number

Santa Ana: 32

Anaheim: 22

Westminster: 16

Garden Grove: 8

San Clemente: 7

Newport Beach: 6

Laguna Beach: 5

Laguna Hills: 5

Huntington Beach: 4

Irvine: 4

Orange: 4

Buena Park: 3

Corona del Mar: 3

Fullerton: 3

Mission Viejo: 3

Brea: 2

La Habra: 2

Placentia: 2

Stanton: 2

Laguna Niguel: 1

San Juan Capistrano: 1

South Laguna: 1

Note: Costa Mesa, Cypress, Dana Point, Fountain Valley, La Palma, Los Alamitos, Seal Beach, Tustin, Villa Park and Yorba Linda have not had a restaurant health permit suspended during the period in question.

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