Clinton County restaurant, store inspections


By Nathan Kraatz - [email protected]



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:

• J&S Petro III, 7111 State Route 73 West, Wilmington, June 8. No written procedure for cleaning up diarrhea or vomiting; a new requirement this year. No sign-off sheet showing employees received training to report foodborne illness to supervisors; a new requirement this year.Cooler thermometer read 50 degrees Fahrenheit. No thermometer in milk cooler. No test strips for three-compartment sink. No handwashing sign posted in bathroom. Broken floor tiles in front of reach-in coolers.

• College Marathon, 480 East Main Street, Wilmington, June 8. No written procedure for cleaning up vomiting or diarrhea; a new requirement this year. No sign-off sheet showing employees received training to report foodborne illness to supervisors; a new requirement this year. No thermometer in reach-in milk cooler. Chlorine test strips unavailable. Black residue on soda fountain nozzles. No hand soap available at the hand sink. Soda spillage in back room under syrup soda boxes.

• Dollar General, 1001 South South Street, Wilmington, June 7. No written procedure for cleaning up vomiting or diarrhea; a new requirement this year. No sign-off sheet showing employees received training to report foodborne illness to supervisors; a new requirement this year. Ceiling tile in back storage room and breakroom shows signs of water damage. Milk cooler in back room did not have a thermometer.

• CVS Pharmacy, 120 East Main Street, Wilmington, June 7. All employees did not know when to report illness and how to clean up vomit or diarrhea in facility; both new requirements this year.

• Fishing Pole Bait Shop, 5071 State Route 350 West, Clarksville, June 8. No written procedure for cleaning up bodily fluids; a new requirement this year. No sign-off sheet showing employees received training to report foodborne illness to supervisors; a new requirement this year.

• Family Dollar Store, 105 East Main Street, Clarksville, June 8. No sign-off sheet showing employees received training to report foodborne illness to supervisors; a new requirement this year. Three containers of chocolate malted milk past expiration date.

• Wilmington Child Care, 1600 Alex Drive, Wilmington, June 8. No written clean-up procedure for vomit or diarrhea; a new requirement this year. No sign-off sheet showing employees received training to report foodborne illness to supervisors; a new requirement this year.

• Family Dollar Store, 303 East Main Street, Wilmington, June 8. Seven packages of outdated bologna and one outdated package of cream cheese were for sale. No written clean-up procedure for vomit or diarrhea; a new requirement this year. No sign-off sheet showing employees received training to report foodborne illness to supervisors; a new requirement this year.

• Dollar Tree, 1215 Rombach Avenue, Wilmington, June 7. No written clean-up procedure for vomit or diarrhea; a new requirement this year. No sign-off sheet showing employees received training to report foodborne illness to supervisors; a new requirement this year.

• Ollie’s Bargain Outlet, 1633 Rombach Avenue, Wilmington, June 7. No written clean-up procedure for vomit or diarrhea; a new requirement this year. No sign-off sheet showing employees received training to report foodborne illness to supervisors; a new requirement this year.

• Aldi, 1801 Rombach Avenue, Wilmington, June 7. No written clean-up procedure for vomit or diarrhea; a new requirement this year. No sign-off sheet showing employees received training to report foodborne illness to supervisors; a new requirement this year.

• Dollar General, 150 Holiday Drive, Wilmington, June 7. No written clean-up procedure for vomit or diarrhea; a new requirement this year. No sign-off sheet showing employees received training to report foodborne illness to supervisors; a new requirement this year. No paper towels in employee bathroom.

Reach Nathan Kraatz at 937-382-2574, ext. 2510 or on Twitter @NathanKraatz.

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By Nathan Kraatz

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