DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Mizner Country Club has now officially been fined by the State of Florida for violating several significant health codes in its restaurant. Several of the violations — issued following inspections earlier this year — were considered “high priority” by investigators. “High Priority” items suggest that public health may be in jeopardy.
While the fine assessed by the Department of Business and Professional Regulation is only $200, the official reprimand from the state is significant. Country clubs and HOA’s tend to not care about financial penalties — it’s public reputation that matters. Mizner Country Club is now facing reputational issues.
The food situation is significant, as is the apparent admittance of alleged car thieves earlier this month.
Read the complete charging from DBPR document below.
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