These establishments were inspected by the Dougherty, Lee and Worth County Environmental Health Office Sept. 17-21.
The department scores on a 100-point scale with a score of 80 or greater considered to be passing.
Businesses and Agencies inspected are required to post score sheets where the public can see them. To contact the health office, call (229) 438-3943.
China Garden, 2228 N. Slappey
Notes: Observed tofu, mushrooms, broccoli, onions, sauces stored uncovered in reach in cooler. PIC covered food items. Corrected On-Site. Repeat Violation; observed utensils stored in room temperature water. PIC removed utensils from standing room temperature water and placed on clean surface. Corrected On-Site. Repeat Violation; observed bowls used as food scoop. Observed cardboard used as shelf liner in walk in cooler. PIC removed bowls from bulk food items. Repeat Violation.
La Fuente, 2000 E. Oglethorpe
Notes: Observed interior of ice machine needs cleaning; employee wipe interior of ice machine with wiping cloth. Corrected On-Site. Repeat Violation; observed employee handling food w/o a hair restraint; employee put on a proper hair restraint. New Violation; observed no lids on trashcans in kitchen; employee place lids on trashcans Corrected On-Site. New Violation; observed tile along wall in women’s restroom needs repaired; manager stated tile will be repaired by next routine insp. New Violation.
Century Pines Senior Retirement Community/Evergreen Assistant Living, 2823 Gillionville Rd.
Notes: Observed potentially hazardous food (cheese, broccoli soup, wild rice, tuna, potato salad, sliced ham) held for 24 hours or more without 7 day expiration date. Observed tuna held past 7 day expiration date. PIC removed tuna from service and is going to train staff to put expiration date on containers. New Violation; observed tuna held past 7 day expiration date. PIC removed tuna from service and is going to train staff to put expiration date on containers. New Violation; observed food handler not wearing
proper hair restraint. PIC will provide hair restraint. New Violation; observed flour dispensing scoop - bowl with no handle used as . PIC changed scoop to scoop with handle. New Violation; observe sugar dispensing scoop made out of single service cup. PIC changed scoop to approved material and design. New Violation; observed garbage bags used as food container liners. PIC will allow food to contact the approved food grade plastic. New Violation; observed pantry storage shelves made of porous plywood. PIC says wood will be painted and sealed. New Violation; observed paper napkins used as shelf liners. New Violation; observed pantry storage shelves that do not have 6 inches minimum clearance from floor. PIC will have maintenance adjust shelves (and freezer and cooler). New Violation; observed dishwashing machine not dispensing chlorine sanitizer. PIC will get maintenance supervisor to repair. New Violation; observed garbage dumpster sliding door open. PIC will train employees to keep dumpster door closed. New Violation; observed rusting floor in walk in cooler, missing cover base tile in kitchen and air gaps along the seams of kitchen wall covering. PIC will have maintenance repair. Corrected On-Site. New Violation; observed unshielded light in walk in cooler. PIC will have maintenance repair. New Violation.
Long John Silver, 1805 N. Slappey Blvd.
Pepi Food Service, 512 Liberty Expressway
BBQ King, 701 Lippitt Drive
Lee County Child Development Center, 145 Groover St.
Notes: Observed cream cheese, yogurt and milk stored at 60 degrees F, 44 degrees F, and 58 degrees F in refrigerator. Manager corrected violation by discarding products before they could be used. Corrected On-Site. New Violation; observed and open top, employee drink cup stored on prep table near food items. Manager corrected violation by moving cup from table. Corrected On-Site. New Violation.
Lee County High School Ninth Grade Academy, 370 Leslie Highway
Kinchafoonee Primary School/PreK, 195 Leslie Highway
Notes: Observed covered container of tuna and BBQ chicken wings cooling in refrigerator on the back wall near vegetable prep sink. Manager corrected violation by uncovering containers and cooling product in ice bath. Corrected On-Site. New Violation.
Lee County Middle School, 190 Smithville Road
Twin Oaks Elementary, 240 Smithville Road
Worth County Elementary School, 1411 N. Isabella St.