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Tracks Sports Bar 82, Wendy's 94 and Ovalle's improves

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CHATTOOGA COUNTY, GA (WRCB) -

Dining out this weekend?

The inspectors at the Hamilton County Health Department had a great week reporting no failing grades. A lot of the inspectors were still checking out area schools, so only ten restaurants were visited, and as always, we do have a low score to pass along to you.

Remember a failing grade in any score lower than a 70.

According to Chief Inspector Jack Falcon a score of 82 was recorded at Tracks Sports Bar and Grill on Ringgold Road.

Inspectors found dirty floors, the ceiling needs repair, and the microwave needs a good cleaning.

The high score of the week is the Wendy's on Cummings Highway. Congratulations, they score a 94.

Last week we mentioned the failing grade at Ovalle's Mexican Cafe on Broad Street. They have now fixed all critical violations and brought their score up to passing grade.

Remember, if you have any complaints about a restaurant, hotel or motel, day care or a place you work out, call the Hamilton County Health Department at (423) 209-8110 or feel free to email me.

Enjoy your meal!

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