N.Y. city council plans restaurant-inspection overhaul

08/19/2013 | Staten Island Advance (N.Y.)

The New York City Council has hammered out a deal to revamp the restaurant-inspection system. The agreement is expected to cut about $10 million in fines annually, Speaker Christine Quinn says. The change will eliminate fines in some cases and lower them in others to "balance the needs of restaurant owners and operators with our obligation to keep restaurants clean and safe for the public," Quinn said.

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