Clinton County eateries inspected


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WILMINGTON — The following information is obtained from the Clinton County Health Department and is compiled from inspection reports.

Violations are either critical or non-critical. Critical violations are more likely to contribute to food contamination, illness or an environmental health hazard, including inadequate cooking of food items or poor personal hygiene.

For a more detailed description of critical and non-critical violations, or to file a public health or food safety complaint about a restaurant, contact the Clinton County Health Department by calling 937-382-7221.

The following restaurants or food service establishments were inspected recently and violations/comments include:

• Caesar Creek BP, 7126 SR 73 West, Wilmington, April 12. Critical: Mouse droppings in cabinet below beverage counter. Person in charge to clean, monitor and contact pest control company. Correct by May 13. Verification demonstrating employees know when to report illness is unavailable. Person in charge spoke to general manager and stated they will be onsite tomorrow. Correct by May 13. Cloth was stored in hand sink storage receptacle for dirty linens, was blocking hand sink. Person in charge corrected. Spray bottle with red liquid was not labeled with common name label. PIC corrected. Box of hand soap/sanitizer was stored on shelf above beverages in storage area. PIC corrected. Dirty mop water is disposed of outside on ground. Mop water must be disposed of into plumbing fixture (mop sink) to be treated by wastewater treatment.

Clean-up procedure for vomit and diarrhea incidents is unavailable. Hand soap was not available at hand sink. Cappuccino dispensing containers in equipment missing common name labels. PIC corrected. Wet cloth stored on counter below coffee equipment. Duct tape used as repair on icemaking machine. Thermometer in creamer machine appears to be nonworking. Sanitizer is unavailable. Sanitizer test strips unavailable. Bottom surfaces in freezers have residue accumulations. Unused pizza cabinet has old food debris in unit; unused equipment must be removed from premise if not used and/or stored in manner not to attract pests. Shelf in walk-in cooler with Propel water is dirty. Ceiling tiles have water damage above disposable cups (storage) and above Red Bull cooler. Light bulb nonworking in storage hall. Ceiling has dust accumulations, especially above sinks. Single-compartment sink is not secured to wall. Light shield missing above 3-sink. Dust accumulated on ceiling and fan covers in walk-in cooler. Wet mop stored on floor. Food splatter on wall and ceiling near ice machine. Wall corner damaged near ice machine. Weather stripping is not secured at exit door. Spillage in cabinet below soda fountain machine. Wall has hole with tape and cardboard in sales area near window/walk-in reach-in doors. Trash/litter accumulated on premise in grass areas behind building.

Follow-up: May 13.

• J&S Petro III, 7111 SR 73 West, Wilmington, April 19. Critical: Verification demonstrating employees are knowledgeable with illness reporting requirements is unavailable. Information sheet is available; employees to sign.Thermometer 50°F, air temperature 43-49°F (retail sandwich display cooler). Person in charge notifying vendor and maintenance for repair. PIC moved product to walk-in cooler. Cheeseburger sandwiches in retail sandwich cooler were missing date marks. PIC to add dates. Drainage pipe going into beverage cabinet drain, air gap not visible. Correct by May 13.

Heavy accumulation of dust observed on vents and surfaces of retail sandwich cooler. Creamer cups/trash observed in cabinet below beverage equipment. Wet mop found stored on floor. Shelving in walk-in cooler is damaged and (bottom) door does not tightly close. Light intensity is low in walk-in cooler.

Follow-up: May 13.

• Frisch’s, 1341 Rombach Ave., Wilmington, April 4. Follow-up to April 3 complaint. No action was taken. Person in charge contacted managers and maintenance to determine plan of action for correction and decision on how to correct low water temperatures at restroom. Women’s hand sink in restroom 72-78°F. Hand sink at entry of kitchen 95-99°F. At time of visit, cook with beard was not wearing hair restraint on head or beard. Employee put on hat/company making decision about hair restraint within 7 days.

Follow-up: May 29.

• The Corner Market, 10 Main St., Clarksville, April 19. Follow-up #3. Dry stock room in better condition. Continue to clean and monitor for pest activity. reach-in cooler stored outside near dumpster. Non-used equipment should be removed from premise to prevent harborage of pests.

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