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:
• Autumn Years Nursing Center, 580 E. Washington St., Sabina, July 5. Open can of soda found on prep table next to steam table. Verification demonstrating employees have been informed on when to report illness unavailable. Quat. test strips unavailable. Microwave in kitchen is not commercial. Door seal damaged/loose on True reach-in cooler in kitchen. Door seals (2) damaged/loose on reach-in cooler in garage. Mixing attachment on stand mixer is rusty. Air gap is not visible on drain line? It appears it is draining to exterior of building outside. Is there an animal guard on drain line? Is there a backflow prevention device on water line? Trash can with lid missing in women’s restrooms (2). Keys and cell phone found stored on slicer. Walls throughout kitchen need general repair/painting. Areas have damage. Wall in break room restroom is damaged behind and next to hand sink. Cove trim is missing in mop closet.
Critical: Mushroom gravy found expired (end date 7/3) in reach-in cooler. PIC was not able to explain cooling and reheating parameters of bulk TCS foods. Faucet handle missing at 3-sink. Ice machine was relocated from break room to near dry storage room/entry/exit of kitchen. FSO must get approval from Health Department to alter facility. Was this done under plumbing permit w/commercial license registered plumber?
Follow-up: Aug. 2.
• Kirkwood Camp and Conference Center, 5719 SR 73 W, Wilmington, July 5. Ice scoop found submerged in ice in dining area. Dented can of tomato sauce found on storage rack. Noodles found under fryer from last night’s dinner. Food debris surrounding fryer and on shelf storing spices next to flat top grill. Loose screw and tweezers found on top of microwave. Screwdriver found on prep table. Wall near warewash machine appears “dirty.” Paint is worn.
Critical: Cheesy potato 44°F (walk-in cooler). Lettuce (6/25), sliced ham (6/29), and sliced salami (6/29) found expired. Sliced tomatoes missing date mark.
• Wilmington Nursing and Rehab, 75 Hale St., Wilmington, July 6. Kitchen is being remodeled — new floor, wall covering, paint, cove molding, ceilings and new plumbing fixtures. Paint peeling on wall in kitchenette, cove molding coming off wall and caulking behind sink not easily cleanable.
Follow-up: July 27.
• New Vienna 1st Stop, 101 N. South St., New Vienna. July 5. Critical: the following temperatures were found in the sandwich display case: Double cheeseburger 127°F, BBQ sandwich 87°F, chicken sandwich 116°F. (must be kept at 135°F or above). The following items in reach-in refrigerator were not dated: Cheese slices, tornados and sliced ham.
1st Stop Inc. has 1 employee who is Class 2 food safety certified who is the representative for 9 stores. Employee was in store at time of inspections. Each location must have 1 employee who is Class 2 food safety certified. The walls in the back storage area were unfinished.
Follow-up: Aug. 5.
• Sunrise Bakery & More, 149 W. Main St., New Vienna, July 5. There was some paint on the ceiling in the kitchen.
• Stephanie’s, 142 Main St., New Vienna, July 5. Follow-up. The following violations have been corrected: 3.4, 4.4 and 6.4. Thank you. The ceiling in the dry storage area is falling down and the floor in front of reach-in cooler is soft. Spoke with PIC who stated that they are trying to get someone to fix problems.
• CVS Pharmacy, 610 Cherry St., Blanchester, July 3. No concerns at time of visit.