Quinn to overhaul Bloomberg’s restaurant letter grading revenue scheme

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July 9, 2013- The NY Post is reporting that City Councilwoman Quinn plans to overhaul Bloomberg’s controversial letter grading system for restaurants that rake in $50 Million for the city, “Quinn, who announced plans to revamp it while dramatically cutting the dough it produces from fines. Quinn said the council would introduce bills this summer to reduce and waive certain fines and fees — three years after the Bloomberg administration introduced a letter-grading system it has described as a runaway success. Quinn — who is trying to seize the pro-small-business mantle in her race for mayor — said the new bills would lower the fines paid by restaurant owners to $30 million from a high of more than $52 million in fiscal year 2012.”

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