November 10, 2008
The following restaurants and food services were routinely inspected by the Clark County Health Department and graded on a scale of 1 to 100 for sanitary and other health conditions. - Animal Krackers Discovery Center, Canary Lane: 99 percent. - Animal Krackers Too, East Lexington Avenue: 96 percent. - Arby's, Bypass Road: 93 percent. Violation: spray nozzle below rim of three-comp. sink. Follow-up: 98 percent. - Bailey's Cafe, South Main Street: 98 percent.
March 21, 2012
About 70 mobile homes between Ashgrove Pike and Tates Creek Road are being inspected and will possibly be torn down in a joint effort between Jessamine County Fiscal Court, county planning and zoning, code enforcement and the health department, Judge-Executive Neal Cassity said. All the homes have been identified as abandoned and/or posing a health and safety risk to residents in those areas. “There are some (mobile homes) in each of those trailer parks that are not suitable for people to live in,” Cassity said.
April 8, 2008
HARRODSBURG - Mercer County Health Department conducts at least two inspections a year on food service establishments and retail food stores in Mercer County. The inspections focus on food protection during preparation and storage, food temperatures, cleaning and sanitizing of equipment and utensils, insect/rodent control, storage and use of toxic materials and overall sanitation. Violations carry a weight of 1-5 points depending on the seriousness of the violation. Items marked 4 or 5 points are considered critical and must be corrected within 10 days.
June 6, 2008
Protecting the health and safety of all who eat at Boyle County's food-service establishments is a top priority of the Boyle County Health Department. The health department routinely provides food safety training for the county's restaurant personnel, in addition to conducting at least two unannounced inspections each year. Key items of concern during inspections include employee practices and cleanliness, food protection during storage and preparation, cleaning and sanitizing of equipment and utensils, insect and rodent control, and the storage and use of toxic materials.
July 24, 2005
Protecting the health and safety of all who eat at Boyle County's food-service establishments is a top priority of the Boyle County Health Department. The health department routinely provides at least two unannounced inspections each year. A perfect inspection score is 100; points are subtracted when department guidelines are not met. In general, the lower the score, the lower the level of sanitation; however, a low score does not necessarily imply an imminent health risk. Regular inspections A Children's Place, Lebanon Road, 100. Annie's Bar-B-Q, Stanford Road, 91. Battlefield Marathon, Perryville, 98, 100. BHI Assisted Living, Argyll Woods, 100. Big Valley Coffee, Hustonville Road, 100, 100. Bluegrass Caf, Third Street, 94. Front and back doors propped open.