Mayor Stephanie A. Miner announced today another round of unannounced inspections has taken place at corner stores throughout the city. These inspections, which took place on October 1 and October 8, targeted ten stores across the city.
“Today’s inspections show corner store owners are taking this city initiative seriously and are taking responsibility for their actions,” according to Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner. “We have now done three rounds of unannounced inspections and seen nearly a dozen problematic stores shuttered. By having aggressive inspections of corner stores and focusing on building strong businesses, we are improving the quality of life in our neighborhoods.”
The facilities which failed its inspections were:
Eight other stores were inspected, including Hello Geddes, West Side Food, Ariel’s and Way-In, the Downtown Smokeshop, Valero (North Salina Street), Daddy’s, and Dream Food Mart and passed. This was the third round of unannounced inspections conducted by City police, fire, and code enforcement inspectors since August.