Restaurant-food inspection results for May

The Grayson County Health Center has released its restaurant/food inspection results for the month of May.

The rating score of the establishment is determined by subtracting weighted point values of noted violations from 100, according to officials. Unannounced inspections observe the overall operation, including food source and protection; personnel; food equipment and utensils; maintenance of water and sewage systems; garbage and refuse disposal; insect, rodent and animal control; and storage of toxic items, among others.

Critical violations, four and five points in weight, are items, which if uncorrected, carry the potential to be an imminent threat to the public’s health. These items must be corrected in a time designated by the health department not to exceed 10 days.

There were several strong scores recorded during the inspections, with the Pine Knob Diner and Pine Knob Theater scoring 100s. The Leitchfield Aquatic Center also posted a perfect 100. Recording a low score was Robbie’s Quick Shop, in Short Creek, which had 12 violations and a score of 88.

The complete inspection results are as follows:

62 Stop and Shop: Food score 91; Retail score 94 – Food violations: Bulk containers not properly labeled, restroom does not have hand cleaner available, floor tile needs repair/replaced, walls need repairing in kitchen area, toxic item not properly labeled (immediately corrected). Follow-up score 95. Retail violations: Expired medication (corrected immediately), restroom does not have cleanser available. Follow-up score 98.

Crossroads Market: Food score 97; Retail score 100 – Food violations: Cooler handle needs repair in deli meat section, wiping cloths not properly stored between use, hand washing sink faucet needs repair.

Short Creek Store: Food score 94; Retail score 95 – Food violations: Bulk containers not properly labeled, hair restraints not in use at time of inspection, wiping cloths not properly stored in sanitizer, cutting boards need cleaning/repaired, walls need cleaning in food service area. Retail violations: Expired medication (corrected immediately), cabinets need cleaning under soft drink machine. Follow-up score 99.

Speedy Mart: Food score 97; Retail score 94 – Food violations: Bulk containers not properly labeled, wiping cloths not properly stored between use, floor tile needs repair/replaced. Retail violations: Expired medication (corrected immediately), food product stored on floor in walk-in cooler. Follow-up score 98.

The Dam Restaurant: Food score 97 – Violations: Cooler unit handle needs repair, wiping cloths not properly stored in sanitizer, wall needs repair in three compartment sink area.

Robbie’s Quickstop: Food score 88; Retail score 89 – Food violations: Thermometers not conspicuous in cold holding units, no Person in Charge certification present, wiping cloths not properly stored between use, restroom not in good repair, outer openings need repair, cabinets and storage room need cleaning. Retail violations: Expired medication, shelving needs repair/cleaning, restroom not in good repair, outer openings need repair, ceiling needs cleaning, lighting not working or shielded in walk-in cooler unit.

Caneyville Gardens: Food score 97; Retail score 100 – Food violations: No Person in Charge certification.

Grayson Manor: Food score 99 – Violation: Cooler unit cover needs repair.

Springview Healthcare: Food score 100.

Twin Lakes Regional Medical Center: Food score 100.

Pine Knob Theater: Food score 100.

Pine Knob Diner: Food score 100.

Caneyville Recreation: Food score 100.

Clarkson Park Concession: Food score 100.

Rough River State Resort Park Restaurant: Food score 97 – Violations: Shelving needs repair by dish washing area, cooler door needs repair, food/non-food contact surfaces need cleaning, walls need repair by eye wash station, sink in beverage area and wall tile by walk-in cooler unit.

Leitchfield Aquatic Center Concession: Food score 100.

Camp Loucon kitchen: Food score 100.

The 19th Hole: Food score 99 – Violation: Ceiling tile needs repair/replaced.

By Ken Howlett, News Director

Contact Ken at ken@k105.com or 270-259-6000