Wowza. Yes, you can't work in the food service industry without "permission" from the county's health department. You're spot on. Why? It's a safety issue.
I'm glad the reporter identified Listeria as a major danger here. Listeria can grow rapidly at home refrigerator temperatures (42 to 48 F). That's why the place you store hot dogs needs to be inspected. If you store them in a home fridge, you can actually just be incubating some Listeria dogs.
Let's also not forget long-standing federal and state laws requiring that all utensils that encounter ready-to-eat food need to be washed, rinsed, and sanitized. How is he sanitizing those tongs in his home sink?
A commissary is $200 a month. Is that really a burden when the alternative is a harm to the public health?
You describe Ryan as "number-crunching" but fail to leave out the part where he "hasn't run the numbers yet" and has made no attempt at actually identifying the billions of dollars of budget cuts that he magically proposes in his budget proposals.
Simply put, anyone driving 50 mph in a residential, 35mph zone should have their license revoked. It's a crime, and it threatens the lives of pedestrians.
Durham has more police per capita than the NC average, and we have fewer crimes per capita than the NC average. Why is it, then, that we still have a speeding problem on neighborhood streets?
It's worth noting that when conservative donors have given money to universities in the past, they have tried to insert themselves in hiring decisions.
"We have water leaks. That's the constant battle with dilapidated buildings," Lemanski said
So wait, Greenfire just admitted that their buildings are dilapidated? But they have still placed tenants in them? Doesn't that make Greenfire a slumlord?
Zenph is not located in Research Triangle Park, but actually Downtown Durham.
I didn't know Durham was a one-party kind of town.....
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