Clinton County restaurant 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:

• Family Dollar, 620 Cherry Street, Blanchester, June 16. No written procedure for cleaning up vomiting or diarrhea; a new requirement as of this year. No sign-off sheet showing employees received training to report illness; a new requirement this year.

• CVS Pharmacy, 610 Cherry Street, Blanchester, June 16. No written procedure for cleaning up vomiting or diarrhea; a new requirement as of this year. No sign-off sheet showing employees received training to report illness; a new requirement this year.

• Domino’s Pizza, 211 South Broadway Street, Blanchester, June 16. Facility closed at time of regular inspection due to walk-in cooler not working properly. During a follow up inspection, the walk-in cooler was holding at the correct temperature despite further difficulties.

• Dollar General, 662 West Main Street, Blanchester, June 16. No written procedure for cleaning up vomiting or diarrhea; a new requirement as of this year. No sign-off sheet showing employees received training to report illness; a new requirement this year.

• Family Dollar, 12 Rolfe Drive, Sabina, June 21. No written procedure for cleaning up vomiting or diarrhea; a new requirement as of this year. No sign-off sheet showing employees received training to report illness; a new requirement this year.

• Family Dollar, 140 West Street, New Vienna, June 21. No written procedure for cleaning up vomiting or diarrhea; a new requirement as of this year. No sign-off sheet showing employees received training to report illness; a new requirement this year.

• Snow Hill Country Club, 11093 State Route 73, New Vienna, June 17. No written procedure for cleaning up vomiting or diarrhea; a new requirement as of this year. No sign-off sheet showing employees received training to report illness; a new requirement this year. Walk-in cooler loose or not secure. Food debris observed on slicer. Sprayer at dish scraping and cleaning area was laying in the sink below flood level rim. A pack of cigarettes was found near plates at the cook line; a person in charge corrected the violation. Light bulbs weren’t working in light fixture near the warewash machine.

• 4-H Camp Graham, 164 Springhill Road, Clarksville, June 20. Warewash final rinse gauge displaying a temperature above allowed levels.

• Majestic Springs Golf Club, 1631 Todds Fork Road, Wilmington, June 22. No sign-off sheet showing employees received training to report illness; a new requirement this year.

• Kirkwood Camp & Conference Center, 5719 State Route 73 West, Wilmington, June 22. Open can of Dr. Pepper stored on work prep surface near employees cutting cantaloupe and ham. No written procedure for cleaning up vomiting or diarrhea; a new requirement as of this year. No sign-off sheet showing employees received training to report illness; a new requirement this year. Door seal on reach-in cooler was damaged. Ice scoop holder had debris accumulation on it. Inner guard in ice-making machine has black and pink residues. Top surface on microwave had food splatter. Snow cone cups on storage shelf found below cleaning chemicals. Pressure canner and canning jars and lids found in stock room. Light fixture and light bulb not working in warewash area and entry into kitchen. Toilet room door propped open. Mop room was disorganized and cluttered. Mops stored on floor. Debris observed on floor in laundry room. Maintenance supplies, screws, cleaners, toilet cleaner, paint can, paint brush rollers, paint pans, paint residue stored at and in three-compartment sink. Wall cabinet stored on floor in front of three-compartment sink.

• Cluxton’s Dairy Bar, 267 West Main Street, New Vienna, June 17. Shredded cheese, hot dogs, sandwich prep thermometer all above safe temperatures; a person in charge discarded the products and contacted a company to repair the equipment. Bag-in-box soda was stored on the floor. New pot used to hold chili sauce wasn’t commercially rated. Date markings on coleslaw not available. A light was not working in storage building. Green degreaser in working spray bottle wasn’t labeled. No written procedure for cleaning up vomiting or diarrhea; a new requirement as of this year. No sign-off sheet showing employees received training to report illness; a new requirement this year.

• No. 1 China Buffer, 1587 Rombach Avenue, Wilmington, June 22. Food employee stirring rice had band aids on hands and no gloves. Open can of Red Bull found on prep table across from wok. No written procedure for cleaning up vomiting or diarrhea; a new requirement as of this year. No sign-off sheet showing employees received training to report illness; a new requirement this year. Fruit and barbecue sauce in cans found dented; a person in charge removed the items from shelving. Dinner plates at buffet were stored with food contact surface up; corrected during visit. Scoops in working ingredient storage containers submerged in product. Spice, dry herbs, sauces and others in working container missing labels. Chicken breading in container on shelf in hall was not covered. Cooled egg rolls in walk-in cooler were not covered. Mustard flour was not sealed. Open container of sour cream found with manufacturer’s expiration date of May 22. Wonton filling dated June 15. Ice accumulated on condenser in walk-in freezer. Coating on eggroll containers and baskets chipping. Top lid of rice cooker and warmer has peeling film. Chicken tenders weren’t kept hot enough; a supervisor replaced the product. Thermometer missing in Pepsi reach-in cooler near warewash machine. Food residues, debris and grease observed on several areas. Ice scoop storage location wasn’t clean; a supervisor cleaned the area. Ice machine draining onto the floor. Warewash machine excess water was draining into a bucket. Pipe clogged and leaking under the ice bin at bar. Air gap not visible at prep sink. Trash can missing at hand sink near warewash machine. Trash accumulated near exterior dumpster. Buckets of water and trash near exterior building. Trash can handles have debris accumulations. Light bulbs above hot and cold buffet are not shatter resistant or shielded. Floors, walls and ceilings must be clean and in good repair. Light fixture not working in hall near walk-in freezer. Black “mold-like” discoloration on ceiling tiles above warewash machine. Grease and food debris accumulated on floor near fryers and warewash machine. Oven and cooler were broken. Brooms stored next to sushi prep cooler. Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points plan for sushi was incomplete. Lids were missing on detergent and bleach bottles in food prep and cooking areas; a supervisor removed the bottles.

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

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By Nathan Kraatz

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