Rodent infestation closes Cayucos Super Market

December 30, 2017

The Cayucos Super Market was closed on Wednesday after inspectors with the San Luis Obispo County Public Health Department discovered a rat and mouse infestation.

In response to a complaint, county staff inspected the Cayucos Super Market and found evidence of the rodent infestation. At the time, the county gave the store’s owner several days to fix the problem.

At a re-inspection, the county found droppings and bite marks.

Before the market can be re-open, the owners are required to get rid of the infestation, seal possible rodent access points outside of the store and sanitize the store.

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They make great sausage there. Now I know the secret ingredient.

To complete my profiling actuaries, I’d like to know the ethnicity of the store owner. There are no laws, even in California, that disallows that information. It would only be illegal to discriminate based on such data unless you are an insurance company that can develop a risk factor that is ethnicity neutral.

German, but is it really germane?

in response to a complaint, which means the problems were visible to the public. Going out of business New Years sale coming soon. 50% off chewed through packaging.