After some confusion and tangents on ice cream, City Council’s Health and Environmental Protection Committee passed new food inspection language that aligns the Department of Public Health’s mandate with new federal rules. The department is also moving to address a critique from Inspector General Joe Ferguson, who said the food sanitation division was vastly under-staffed and consistently behind on inspections. Without that staff in place, the city could lose out on close to $3 million in grants.

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