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The Scott County Health Department would like to organize a group of industry representatives and private citizens to collaborate and promote food safety education in Scott County. Some actions of the Task Force would be to review trends in food service and identify ways to navigate these within the scope of the Food Code, discuss educational opportunities for stakeholders, and strengthen partnerships between industry and the Health Department. The time commitment would be limited to less than five hours per year.
The open meeting is scheduled for Monday, February 24th from 9:00 am to 11:00 am at the Scott County Administrative Building’s Board Room (1st Floor) located at 600 W [ Click Title for Full Article ]
Quad Cities Regional Disaster Conference
Wednesday, April 22, 2020