BY MAVIS NISHIMURA PODOKOLO
HONNIARA City Council’s (HCC) crack down on health standards of public eateries and restaurants in Honiara is gaining momentum.
Both HCC and its stakeholders are receiving cooperation from restaurant and kaibar owners.
This was expressed by the Chief health inspector of HCC Mr George Titiulu in an exclusive interview with this paper.
“The positive feedback is that restaurant owners in the capital are now complying with HCC restaurant regulations. They have been very cooperative and we are in a good working relationship with them,” said Titiulu.
He said when first carrying out the initiative, HCC was faced with difficulties.
However this has paved a way for HCC in achieving a few of its visions.
“I appreciate the positive feedback. HCC and the owners are working for a common goal and also the working environment which we’ve established is good.
“HCC is looking forward to work closely with the restaurant vendors in carrying out its future plans for the betterment of our food outlets.”