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2013_doh_letter_grads_scam12.jpgMore than 1,300 New York City restaurants were caught trying to hide their DOH letter grades last year. That's a $1,000 fine. But as Thomas Mak, a manager at Juniper in Williamsburg, explains: "I'd rather take the fine than place [the C grade] up there. It would have ruined my business." [NYDN]

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