After repeated warnings and drastic measures, the Franklin County District Board of Health did something it rarely does – revoked a restaurant’s license.
And a rodent infestation forced the health department to close an East Side food market.
The Franklin County District Board of Health on Tuesday revoked the license of Taqueria Delicias Grill, 375 Georgesville Road.
Since August, there have been 10 inspections, for a total of 251 violations including dozens of critical ones. In 30 days, the restaurant’s owner can appeal the Board’s decision.
Health inspectors ordered the Livingston Market, 1619 East Livingston Ave. to close for two days because after mouse droppings were spotted throughout the building.
The store recently reopened but remains under the health department’s watchful eye.