November Public Health Inspection Scores

Health

CHICK-FIL-A (Food Service Inspections)
488 MORRISON MOORE PARKWAY EAST PKWY E DAHLONEGA, GA 30533
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November 13, 2017 Score: 99, Grade: A

CONNIE’S ICE CREAM PARLOR AND SANDWICH (Food Service Inspections)
18 PARK ST. NORTH, BOX 15 DAHLONEGA, GA 30533
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November 30, 2017 Score: 98, Grade: A

Crown Mountain Cafe at Chestatee Regional Hospital (Food Service Inspections)
227 MOUNTAIN DR DAHLONEGA, GA 30533
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November 22, 2017 Score: 100, Grade: A

FROGTOWN CELLARS (Food Service Inspections)
700 RIDGE POINT DR DAHLONEGA, GA 30533
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November 30, 2017 Score: 100, Grade: A

Mountain Laurel Creek B & B ( Tourist Accomodation Inspections)
202 TALMER GRIZZLE RD DAHLONEGA, GA 30533
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November 28, 2017 Score: 100, Grade: A (2014)

Mountain Laurel Creek Kitchen (Food Service Inspections)
202 TALMER GRIZZLE RD DAHLONEGA, GA 30533
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November 28, 2017 Score: 100, Grade: A

Mt. Sinai Wellness Center (Food Service Inspections)
330 MT SINAI DRIVE DAHLONEGA, GA 30533
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November 20, 2017 Score: 100, Grade: A

Waffle House #1343 (Food Service Inspections)
67 LONG BRANCH RD DAHLONEGA, GA 30533
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November 13, 2017 Score: 98, Grade: A

White Oaks Bistro (Food Service Inspections)
211 BURGUNDY WAY DAHLONEGA, GA 30533
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November 3, 2017 Score: 98, Grade: A

ZAXBY’S (Food Service Inspections)
58 PINETREE WAY DAHLONEGA, GA 30533
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November 22, 2017 Score: 99, Grade: A

October Public Health Inspection Scores

Health

Achasta Grille (Food Service Inspections)
639 BIRCH RIVER DR. DAHLONEGA, GA 30533
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October 6, 2017 Score: 91, Grade: A

BACK PORCH OYSTER BAR (Food Service Inspections)
19 N. CHESTATEE ST N DAHLONEGA, GA 30533
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October 2, 2017 Score: 90, Grade: A

China Buffet (Food Service Inspections)
406 E MAIN ST STE P DAHLONEGA, GA 30533
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October 23, 2017 Score: 92, Grade: A

DON POLLO QUIROZ, LLC (Food Service Inspections)
125 EAST MAIN STREET DAHLONEGA, GA 30533
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October 17, 2017 Score: 91, Grade: A
October 11, 2017 Score: 89, Grade: B

FOOTHILL GRILL (Food Service Inspections)
995 MORRISON MOORE PKWY DAHLONEGA, GA 30533
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October 24, 2017 Score: 97, Grade: A

Jukebox Cafe (Food Service Inspections)
39 SOUTH CHESTATEE ST. DAHLONEGA, GA 30533
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October 13, 2017 Score: 100, Grade: A

Lumpkin County Detention Center (Food Service Inspections)
385 EAST MAIN ST. DAHLONEGA, GA 30533
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October 18, 2017 Score: 99, Grade: A

Motel Inn ( Tourist Accomodation Inspections)
20 MOUNTAIN DR., SW DAHLONEGA, GA 30533
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October 18, 2017 Score: 100, Grade: A (2014)

Subway #15182 (Food Service Inspections)
352 N GROVE STREET DAHLONEGA, GA 30533
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October 27, 2017 Score: 98, Grade: A

SUBWAY #33338 (Food Service Inspections)
130 LONG BRANCH RD STE 103 DAHLONEGA, GA 30533
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October 4, 2017 Score: 83, Grade: B

The Smith House (Food Service Inspections)
84 S CHESTATEE ST DAHLONEGA, GA 30533
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October 13, 2017 Score: 94, Grade: A

UNG – FIELD VIEW CAFE (Food Service Inspections)
404 GEORGIA CIRCLE DAHLONEGA, GA 30597
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October 11, 2017 Score: 99, Grade: A

UNG – JAVA CITY (Food Service Inspections)
404 GEORGIA CIRCLE DAHLONEGA, GA 30597
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October 2, 2017 Score: 100, Grade: A

UNG Hoag Food Court – Twisted Taco (Food Service Inspections)
404 COLLEGE CIRCLE DAHLONEGA, GA 30597
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October 2, 2017 Score: 97, Grade: A

WAGON WHEEL RESTAURANT (Food Service Inspections)
1108 N GROVE ST DAHLONEGA, GA 30533
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October 23, 2017 Score: 98, Grade: A

WAHSEGA 4-H CENTER (Food Service Inspections)
77 CLOVERLEAF TRL DAHLONEGA, GA 30533
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October 5, 2017 Score: 100, Grade: A

WATERS MILL (Food Service Inspections)
765 GUY WATERS RD DAHLONEGA, GA 30533
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October 27, 2017 Score: 100, Grade: A

State Senator Steve Gooch Talks About Economic Development in Rural Georgia

Politics

This past Friday we continued our discussion about rural Georgia with 51st district (R) State Senator and Lumpkin County’s economic development director, Steve Gooch. Our three areas of focus: rural Georgia economy, broadband access, and health care. Although the district doesn’t want to see something in the line of the KIA plant they most certainly would be open to small companies offering high paying, high tech jobs. In order to attract these types of companies; the area must provide good schools, fast internet, and quality health care. We discussed Piedmont Mountainside new stand alone emergency health care center in Gilmer County; a model for quality health care in rural areas. When our discussion turned to high speed internet for the area, Gooch was unable to say they “moved the ball” concerning Senate Bill 232, Facilitating Internet Broadband Rural Expansion (FIBRE) Act.

It’s No Accident Lumpkin County Double Bills for Wreck Cleanup

News

 

DAHLONEGA, Ga. – As if the injuries and trauma that often accompany an automobile accident aren’t bad enough, a Fox 5 I-Team Investigation this week revealed that Lumpkin County officials have knowingly double billed for accident cleanup for years.

Georgia Insurance and Fire Safety Commissioner Ralph Hudgens told Fox 5 News that insurance providers already pay for the cleanup via a premium tax paid to local governments. Last year, Hudgens said, Georgia insurance companies paid out more than $526 million and Lumpkin County received $1.3 million.

But the county still allowed a third-party biller, Fire Recovery Services, to charge unsuspecting drivers for the cleanup a second time.

County Manager Stan Kelley defended the practice, saying the county needs the money to make ends meet.

“It’s kind of like fishing,” Hudgens told the Fox 5 reporter. “They’re throwing that bill out, and if the consumer pays it, they’ve caught a fish. If the consumer doesn’t pay it, they fold up their tackle box and go home.”

Fetch Your News contacted county officials Friday for their comments.

Commissioner Doug Sherrill said the county has contacted the Attorney General’s office for a ruling on whether the practice is legal. But, legal or not, Sherrill said he plans to push for the county to rescind the policy immediately.

“I plan to bring this up at the October county commission meeting,” Sherrill said Friday morning. “I believe it is in the best interest of the county that we rescind the policy.”

He also said it is important to make a distinction between accident cleanup and transport. While the premium tax does cover cleanup, it does not cover transport of an accident victim to the hospital.

Commissioner Rhett Stringer said there is no doubt the policy is legal. “It’s really a matter of whether it’s right or wrong. It’s not fair for individuals to have to pay and it’s not fair for the insurance company not to pay because they are charging you for this type of thing in your policy premium.”

 

Commissioner-elect David Miller said in the interest of transparency the current policy is not a good one but he declined to say more until he has spoken to other county officials to get a better understanding of the issue.

 

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Two Suspects Sought in Theft investigation

News

The Lumpkin County Sheriff’s office has issued a BOLO for two suspects.

These two suspects shown in the pictures below are being sought in reference to thefts in Cleveland. Also let them know if you recognize the vehicle.

suspect truck suspects

If anyone can assist in identifying either suspect(s) please contact either Captain Mike Stapleton with Lumpkin County Sheriff’s Office (706)-864-0414 ; Or Lt Donna Sims with Cleveland Police Department (706)-348-7078.

The Sheriff’s office appreciates everyone’s assistance.

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Lumpkin County Sheriff’s Office seeks info on reported assault

News

 

According to Lumpkin County Sheriff’s office there was an assault reported on Monday, March 28th, around 8:00 p.m. at Lake Zwerner near the dam.   Currently the Sheriff’s office has issued a notice soliciting information from those who were present at Lake Zwerner between the hours of 6:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. on Monday.  

Details regarding the incident are not known at this time.  If you have any information please contact Investigator Cole at 706-482-2622.

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Lumpkin County Officials Discuss Comprehensive Plan

News

DAHLONEGA, Ga. — Lumpkin County officials met with Caleb Davidson, a regional planner with the Georgia Mountains Regional Development Commission, Tuesday in an ongoing effort to draft the county’s Comprehensive Plan.

Davidson said the plan is important because it helps communities plan for future commercial, economic and residential development. “Once the community develops a vision, the comprehensive plan will help them to realize that vision,” he added.

Counties are required to adopt a comprehensive plan as a legal basis for land use planning and to qualify for state and federal grants.

Officials spent much of the two-hour meeting adopting the vision statement: “An historic mountain community merging small town tradition with responsible, focused growth while promoting the expression of recreational living and southern charm.”

Stakeholders are invited to provide input at a public hearing scheduled March 31 at 6 p.m. in the County Administration Building.

 

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Political Hopefuls Qualify This Week in Lumpkin County

Election, News, Politics

DAHLONEGA, Ga. –It’s qualifying week for political hopefuls in Lumpkin County and all across Georgia. Incumbents and newcomers seeking public office must officially declare their candidacy between Monday, March 7 and Friday, March 11.

Chief Registrar Ashley Peck said  qualifying will take place from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily except Friday when qualifying ends at noon. Candidates are required to bring ID and qualifying fee to the Lumpkin County Elections Office.

Lumpkin County offices up for election include, County Commission Chairman, District 1 and 2 Commissioners, Tax Commissioner, Sheriff, Surveyor, Coroner, Board of Education District 1 and 3 and several judgeships.

Candidates for state offices such as state representative and state senate must qualify in Atlanta. Dist. 9 State Representative Kevin Tanner will seek reelection to a third term. State Senator Steve Gooch will vie for a fourth term. He represents the 51st District which includes Fannin, Union, Gilmer, Lumpkin, White, Dawson and parts of Pickens and Forsyth counties.

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