Popular downtown eatery needs to take additional food safety measures, health board says | Local News


Health code violations have prompted local officials to impose a series of corrective measures at a popular Main Street restaurant.

Meeting virtually on Monday night, members of the board of health agreed that outside expertise was required to help remedy infractions and improve food safety protocols at Mai Pearl restaurant at 121 Main St.

The precise nature of conditions which prompted the health board’s action was not immediately clear, however. Technical difficulties disrupted both video and audio feeds during extended portions of Monday’s virtual meeting, and on Tuesday morning health inspector John Robertson said a public records filing under the Freedom of Information Act would be required to obtain copies of…

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