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Restaurants in Lawrence County inspected during June

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

The Environmental Services division of the Lawrence County Health Department inspected 51 area food-service establishments during the month of June. Of that group, 33 area establishments had critical violations, nine had no critical or non-critical violations and nine had only non-critical violations.

Facilities having only non-critical issues included: Braum's Dairy Store in Aurora; Apple Dumpling Bakery and Rocco's Pizza in Marionville; the Miller Senior Center in Miller; and Baptist Hill Camp, Family Dollar Store, Missouri Baptist Children's Ministries, Pamida Store #892 and Taco Palace, all in Mt. Vernon.

Facilities having no violations included: Pat Bradley's in Aurora; Granny K's Bakery in Marionville; Dee's Grill and Crossroads Grocery in Miller; Aunt Billie's Cafe, Relics Antique Mall and Mt. Vernon Treatment Center in Mt. Vernon; Granny Punkins in Pierce City and Down the Lane Country Store in Verona.

Critical violations were found at 33 establishments:

* Ramey's Supermarket #5 in Monett was subject to a complaint inspection June 28 and three critical violations were found. Flies in the outside recycle containers that were not cleaned after use; a door seal on the bottom of the northeast exit was in disrepair; gravy in the hot holding unit was not at proper temperature. Four non-critical violations were found.

* YMCA Camp Wakonda in Ash Grove was inspected June 6 and three critical violations were found. The facility was operating on an expired food service permit; sanitizing agent in the dish machine registered zero parts per million; splash and spillage was found inside the microwave. Four non-critical violations were found.

Upon re-inspection June 13, three critical violations were found. Leakage from the dish machine spray arm; sanitizing agent in the final rinse of the dish machine was in excess of 200 parts per million; a water report from the Department of Health tested positive for E. coli and coliform bacteria. Boil order restrictions were put in place. One non-critical violation was found.

A third inspection revealed one critical violation, the facility remains under a boil order notice. One non-critical violation was found.

* Price Cutter #15 mobile smoker unit in Aurora was inspected June 2 and three critical violations were found. Chunks of meat and food debris were encrusted on grates inside the smoker; tongs were stored with encrusted debris on them; barbecue sauce and seasonings were stored inside a tool box with toxic products. Two non-critical violations were found.

A second inspection on June 3 revealed no violations.

* Starbucks Coffee in Aurora was inspected June 2 and two critical violations were found. An active roach infestation was found in the food prep area; employees were dispensing bulk food product with utensil with no handle. One critical violation was found.

A second inspection on June 16 revealed two critical violations. The water filtration system was leaking; dried food debris was on containers in the storage unit.

* George's Store, LLC, in Aurora was inspected June 2 and one critical violation was found. Mold growth was found inside the ice machine. Two non-critical violations were found.

* Next Stop #44 in Aurora was inspected June 6 and two critical violations were found. Moldy hamburger buns were found on a bread rack; personal food items were stored in the upright freezer mixed with products offered for sale. Six non-critical violations were found.

* Robinson Intermediate School in Aurora was inspected June 7 and one critical violation was found. The door seal on the ice machine was in need of cleaning. Three non-critical violations were found.

* Robinson Middle School in Aurora was inspected June 7 and one critical violation was found. A basting brush was in disrepair. Two non-critical violations were found.

* Aurora Junior High School was inspected June 10 and one critical violation was found. A fly infestation was noted within the facility. Four non-critical violations were found.

Upon re-inspection on June 13 one non-critical violation was found.

* Aurora High School was inspected June 10 and one critical violation was found. There was evidence of rodent infestation in two storage areas. Two non-critical violations were found.

Upon re-inspection on June 13, no violations were found.

* Pate Early Childhood Center in Aurora was inspected on June 13 and two critical violations were found. Dried debris was in the splash area of a floor-mounted mixer; bare- hand contact was being made with ice because a cereal bowl was being used to scoop ice from the machine. Four non-critical violations were found.

* Pizza Hut/Wing Street in Aurora was inspected on June 13 and three critical violations were found. Metal shavings were on the can opener blade; dried food debris was on equipment stored with clean equipment; plumbing under the soda fountain ice compartment was leaking. Eight non-critical violations were found.

Upon re-inspection on June 20, one critical violation was found. Numerous flies were found throughout the facility. Two non-critical violations were found.

Inspection list to be continued in tomorrow's issue.



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