RED ROOSTER Plams Center and Plaza store food safety certificate last date and by whom.

Marie Lowery made this Government Information (Public Access) request to Coffs Harbour City Council

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The request was refused by Coffs Harbour City Council.

Dear Coffs Harbour City Council,

RED ROOSTER Plams Center and Plaza store food safety certificate last date and by whom.

Yours faithfully,

Marie Lowery

Coffs Council Email Account, Coffs Harbour City Council

Dear Customer

Thank you for your email.

Your correspondence will be distributed to the appropriate Council officer for action.

Kind Regards

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Sylvia Henderson, Coffs Harbour City Council

Ms Lowery,

Can you confirm if you require information on the "Food Safety Supervisor Certificate" or the "Score on Doors Hygiene and Food Safety".

Please note that the Food Safety Supervisor Certificate is issued by the NSW Food Authority & Council is not required to hold any of these records. However, Council's inspections include checking that the certificate is displayed at the premises of commercial food businesses.

You may access the Scores on the Doors - National Food Hygiene Rating Scheme via this link .

Sylvia Henderson
Information Officer | Governance Services | Coffs Harbour City Council
P: 02 6648 4211
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Locutus Sum left an annotation ()

The original email from the applicant was incoherent. It was a sentence without a question or a request. The officer at the council did not understand the email and asked for clarification. The applicant did not respond to the council's questions. Because the original email was not a valid request under the GIPA Act, and because there is no other reasonable option, I have marked the request as "refused".