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  5. Mr. Lynn Roosevelt Wiggins
    October 21, 2013

    My name is Lynn Roosevelt Wiggins and I’m following up with you as I spoke with Blair Anderson last week regarding interviewing you, Grace Lee Boggs, Blair and Ron Scott regarding this important issue.

    I’m currently on a two month assignment as an organizer for ROC-MI, a restaurant workers rights organization and my focus is to build public awareness, and garner support around the Good Food, Good Jobs Act from candidates, public officials and most importantly the community.

    The Good Food, Good Jobs Act would link basic food quality and workplace standards to Detroit’s liquor licensing process.

    Our analysis of Detroit’s food system was highlighted at the Good Food, Good Jobs Summit we hosted in January 2012 and on WDIV (Channel 4-Detroit).

    We are greatly appreciative of Pro Tem Spivey, Councilwoman Jones and Rev. D. Alexander Bullock’s participation as panelists and supporters, in addition to Rick Bower’s legal analysis and work in helping to draft this Act.

    The Unequal Access: Two Tiers of Food Safety & Sanitation in Detroit’s Corner & Grocery Stores (2012) report we released at the Summit surveyed a 10% sample size (i.e. 205) of all corner stores and food retailers in the City of Detroit with liquor licenses.

    Here’s what we found:
    38% sold expired foods
    22% expired meats
    22% decaying fruits
    18% decaying vegetables
    25% of these establishments were severe violators of food safety standards=3 or more sanitation violations in the physical upkeep of the store
    5% were extreme violators of food safety and sanitation standards

    If you could please contact me directly @ 510-712-9734 that’d be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you for your time, assistance and continued leadership!

    Lynn R. Wiggins

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