|Tue, Feb 20, 2018 11:40 PM
|Wednesday, March 8, 2017 issue
Note: All inspections are regular unless otherwise noted.
Restaurant, school and mobile home park inspections are performed by Floyd County Health Department Environmentalists Russell Wallace and Scott Young.
Hometown IGA, Stanville—90
Critical violation: Back entrance door has gap at the bottom large enough to allow entrance of insects. Must be corrected in 10 days at follow-up visit.
Thermometers not present in all refrigeration and freezer units; food items observed stored on the floor throughout store; proper hair restraints not in use in meat processing area; floors in disrepair; and light not working in walk-in freezer.
Velocity Market #2, Betsy Layne—86
Critical violation: Back entrance door needs repair, large gap noted, allowing entrance of insects and rodents. Must be corrected in 10 days at follow-up visit.
Walk-in refrigeration has no thermometer; food contact countertop surface in bad repair; food items noted on floor; leak noted at drain at three compartment sink; no soap at hand wash sink of meat processing area; restroom door not self-closing; floors and ceiling in disrepair.
Jerry’s Market, Grethel—94
Several refrigeration units without easily seen thermometers; bag of dog food stored on floor; restroom door not self-closing; and walk-in cooler without proper lighting.
Restaurant, school and mobile home park inspections are performed by Johnson County Health Department Environmentalists Johnnie R. Roberts and Mitzi Johnson.
East End Pizza, Paintsville—96 (follow-up)
Buildup of dust and grease on equipment; Food prep area floor in disrepair; ceiling tiles soiled and/or missing; and trash and debris piled outside.