FOOD INSPECTIONS: 2 out of compliance
The state Department of Agriculture conducts annual inspections of food-serving businesses to ensure public safety and safe food-handling practices. Schools are inspected twice per year, according to the Bureau of Food Safety and Laboratories.
Whether an establishment is considered compliant or non-compliant is the discretion of the inspector. There are, however, several violations for which inspectors should automatically consider establishments non-compliant. Called "critical violations," they include food temperature issues, employee hygiene and issues with chemicals and how they're handled.
Depending on the severity of the situation, inspectors and their supervisors could file citations or close an establishment.
Below is a list of establishments that were inspected March 28- April 3.
OUT OF COMPLIANCE
Parma Pizza and Grill, 1041 Haines Road, 16 violations
Action: Violations included hand soap stored on shelving above foods and supplies; employee observed without proper hair restraints; wet wiping cloths not stored in sanitizer solution; fountain soda bag stored directly on floor; loose rubber door gaskets; condensate hose in walk-in cooler draining into bucket; fountain soda machine ice chute observed with black and pink, slimy, mold-like residue; cell phone observed on cutting board; red splash observed on wall; heavy accumulation of flour on floor of storage closet; clean utensils stored in direct contact with wire hanger; plumbing system not maintained in good repair; floor not covered in storage closet; fly strip observed hanging from ceiling in warewashing area; paper towel dispenser empty at hand wash sink; and heavy accumulation of static dust and flour observed on fan blades.
Note: This is the second time this restaurant has been ruled out of compliance since February 2016.
Big Mouth on the Run, 1310 N. George St., 15 violations
Action: Violations included food not being date marked; person in charge answered incorrectly to food safety questions; empoloyee did not follow proper handwashing procedure; wiping cloths stored in extremely unclean condition around sink; sliced meats and cheeses stored at improper temperature; plastic pizza wheels deformed and discolored; rolling pin handles no longer connected properly to rolling pin; not using available sanitizer test strips; loose rubber door gaskets; puddled, stagnant liquid observed in bottom compartments of pizza making table; warewashing equipment observed with buildup of filth and food residue; sanitzer solution at improper level; table-mounted cutting blade observed with food residue; slicer observed with heavily encrusted food residue; utensils not cleaned for proper length of time; aprons observed with excessive filth and food residue; carry-out containers stored directly on floor; and paper towel dispenser empty at hand wash sink.
McDonald's, 898 U.S. Route 15 N., Dillsburg
York Fuel Stop, 1129 W. Market St.
McDonald's, 4015 E. Market St.
Subway, 2516 Eastern Blvd.
Wingate Hotel, 105 State St.
Antonio's Pizza, 209 S. York St., Newberry Township
Cob, 27 S. Seward St.
Dollar General, 1240 W. Market St.
El Sol Mexican Store, 1628 W. Market St.
Fishing Creek Elementary School, 510 Fishing Creek Road, Lewisberry
Hufnagle's Hotel, 15 Center Square, Hanover
Lion's Pride Restaurant, 20 Dairyland Square, Red Lion
Queensgate Beer Barn, 2057 Springwood Road
Hickory Heights Golf Club, 5158 Lehman Road, Spring Grove
Speedway, 3311 N. George St., Emigsville
Walmart, 2801 E. Market St.
Alternative Rehabilitation Communities, 225 E. Canal Road
Charles Ilyes Family, 1181 Buck Tail Road
Dairy Queen, 1740 Roosevelt Ave.
Godfrey Bros Inc., 7137 Susquehanna Trail
Pizza Bolis, 398 York St., Hanover
Roundtown Elementary School, 570 Church Road
Sinking Springs Elementary School, 2850 Susquehanna Trail
Smittie's Soft Pretzels, 6065 Carlisle Road, Dover
Subway, 251 Loucks Road
Weaver Quality Meats, 7 W. Canal St., Dover
Weigelstown Elementary School, 3205 Carlisle Road, Dover
West York Middle School, 1700 Bannister St.