Restaurant inspections in Atlantic City are unsatisfactory--as are the results of these inspections. According to law, restaurants are to be inspected at least once a year, but this investigation found restaurants that had not been visited by an inspector in three or four years. A shortage of inspectors, an outdated logging system and a lack of training contribute to the problem. The article also notes that the quality of inspections varies from county to county.
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