3 First Coast restaurants temporarily shut down for 69 rodent droppings, live roaches

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In the last of 2018's health inspections, three area restaurants were temporarily shut down for rodent droppings, live roaches and more. EZ Grill at 6675 Arlington Rd. was temporarily shut down on Dec. 18 after inspectors found 69 rodent droppings on the floor by the rest room, registers and between sliding class door cooler and the wall. Hot water was not provided for employees, and the kitchen and ceiling tiles were in disrepair. It reopened the next day, but a follow-up is required. Country...

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