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This is a snapshot of the inspections conducted by the Marion County health department. 

Twice annually, licensed restaurants receive unannounced inspections that focus on food temperatures, food preparation practices, worker hygiene, dish-washing and sanitizing, and equipment and facility cleanliness. 

Violations: Restaurant scores are based on a 100-point scale. Priority violations deduct 5 points, and priority foundation violations deduct 3 points. Violations recorded on consecutive inspections result in point deductions being doubled.  

Scoring: Scores of 70 or higher are considered compliant. Restaurants scoring below 70 must be reinspected within 30 days or face closure or other administrative action. Restaurants display a placard by the entrance to indicate whether they have passed their last inspection. 

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Semiannual restaurant inspections from Dec. 12 and 13. 

Marion County Restaurant Inspections 


Location: 2910 Newberg Highway, Woodburn

Date: Dec. 12

Score: 97

Priority violations:

Hand towels or a hand drying device is not provided at the handwashing sink, specifically: The hand washing sink next to the three-compartment sinks is missing paper towels. Point deduction: 3.

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