An AJC reader inquired about a food permit posted at Willy’s Mexican Grill at 4377 Roswell Road in Atlanta.
“Why has Willy’s at Roswell & Wieuca been operating without a valid food service permit for the past several weeks?” – email.
In response, Kevin R. Jones, deputy director of Fulton County’s Environmental Health Services said by email that an inspector noticed an expired permit during the routine visit. The exam came after an invoice for a new permit was mailed out in June.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution followed up with the restaurant. Nestor Sanchez, one of the managers at Willy’s said after the permit was updated, a mix-up with the mail weeks ago resulted in the permit being delivered to another Willy’s location. Now, the permit is posted next to the inspection report as required, he said.
Jones wrote: “Fiscal Services received the payment (with late fees) and mailed them a new permit the first week of September 2011.” He said the inspector confirmed that the permit is on site.
Willy’s received an 86 (B) for its Sept. 8 exam.
For a complete view of the inspection reports for this Willy’s location, please use this TinyURL: http://tinyurl.com/3m4ea2g and click on the specific report.
Across metro Atlanta
Here are other recent inspection scores from restaurants across the area.
— by Lisa Gibson for the Food & More blog
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