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:

• R+L Transfer, 600 Gilliam Road, Wilmington, August 2. No written procedure for cleaning up after a vomiting or diarrhea event; a new requirement this year. No sign-off sheet showing employees received training to report illness to a supervisor; a new requirement this year. Coleslaw in service on prep line wasn’t kept cold enough. Swiss and American cheese slices in walk-in cooler were wrapped in plastic that wasn’t labeled or date-marked. Bags of granola or cereal on dry storage shelves weren’t labeled or date-marked. Dirt, debris and mold growth underneath lid of the ice machine. Indirect lines from the prep machine and cappuccino machine weren’t air gapped. Trash and debris on the floor under more than one surface. Accumulation of ice on the back of the condenser in the small walk-in cooler.

• Subway, 2825 State Route 73 South, Wilmington, July 28. Mold growth around seal, nozzle, handle and face plate of slushie machine. Dust and fuzz debris around sides of a metal plate on the front of the slushie machine. No thermometers in any of the coolers. Backsplash and area around the soda fountain nozzles were dirty. Ice sheet had pink and black mold residue on inside. Two large bags of bread on the floor by the back door, instead of in a trash container. Three brooms and a squeegee were stored with their heads down in the mop sink.

• The Village Deli & More, 405 East Washington Street, Sabina, August 1. No written procedure for cleaning up after a vomiting or diarrhea event; a new requirement this year. No sign-off sheet showing employees received training to report illness to a supervisor; a new requirement this year.

• Subway, 31 East Washington Street, Sabina, August 1. No written procedure for cleaning up after a vomiting or diarrhea event; a new requirement this year. No sign-off sheet showing employees received training to report illness to a supervisor; a new requirement this year. Mop stored with head down in mop sink.

• We’re Rolling Pretzel Company, 2825 State Route 73 South, Wilmington, August 1. No written procedure for cleaning up after a vomiting or diarrhea event; a new requirement this year. Glue strips hanging over prep areas and counters.

• Kroger, 1001 Cherry Street, Blanchester, August 2. No written procedure for cleaning up after a vomiting or diarrhea event; a new requirement this year. No sign-off sheet showing employees received training to report illness to a supervisor; a new requirement this year. Black mold growth on seal of sliding case doors in deli.

• Domino’s Pizza, 211 South Broadway Street, Blanchester, August 2. A follow up inspection after an air conditioner was repaired found food items were holding at appropriate temperatures. No violations were noted.

• Eagle Lodge 2222, 115 Wright Street, Blanchester, August 2. No written procedure for cleaning up after a vomiting or diarrhea event; a new requirement this year. No sign-off sheet showing employees received training to report illness to a supervisor; a new requirement this year.

• Clinton Swim Club, 851 South Nelson Avenue, Wilmington, August 1. No concerns at time of visit.

• 4-H Camp Graham, 164 Spring Hill Road, Clarksville, August 1. Warewash machine wasn’t rinsing at appropriate temperature.

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

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By Nathan Kraatz

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