"They made significant improvements," Tim Allee said, district environmental health director. "They changed the person in charge and improved conditions from the previous inspection. We're going to increase the number of inspections to make sure they maintain that standard."
Allee said the restaurant will be inspected regularly, every 30 to 45 days.
The Great Wall Buffet restaurant, located at 4484 Jimmy Lee Smith Parkway, received a 76 score on Aug. 28. The low score and a complaint prompted another inspection on Sept. 4, where the restaurant got an even lower score of 71, according to Sidney Croom, Paulding County environmental specialist.
Scores prior to April 1, 2012 were charged to the previous ownership; under the new ownership scores have varied greatly over the past year and a permit suspension was issued resulting in a two-day closure in January of this year.
Since that time the facility has received five inspections with one failure with a score of 43 and one B with a score of 88.