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ALLEN COUNTY: Restaurant woes don’t translate locally

February 27, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY — It seems as though every week another Fort Wayne restaurant is being closed by the health department, whether it be from cockroaches, rodents or reports of illness.

According to Whitley County Environmental Health Food Specialist Mary Ann McClusky, there haven’t been near as many issues locally as other areas have reported.

Wednesday, Duff’s Bar in Columbia City was closed by the Health Department, in need of extra cleaning.

“There were no rodents, cockroaches or reports of illnesses,” McClusky said. “They just needed to do some extra cleaning that could only be done with the restaurant closed.”

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