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8-5-2008 Health Reports

The following food service establishment inspection reports were provided by the Environmental Health Division of the Rockdale County Health Department and the Newton County Health Department. Restaurants that score from 90 to 100 get a letter grade A; those that rate 80-89 get a B; a tally of 70-79 is a C; and below 70 is a U, or unacceptable. A restaurant scoring 70 or above is allowed to operate if there are no critical violations. If a facility is rated U on consecutive inspections, it must close and the owner must prove that it can be operated safely before reopening is allowed.

· Highland Golf Club, 89-B, 2271 Flat Shoals Road, Conyers, Date: June 26

Violations: Hot dogs in warmer not holding at the proper temperature. Replace or repair cutting board. Replace kitchen floor with approved material.

· Honey Creek Country Club, 69-U, 635 Club House Circle, Date: June 26

Violations: Employee observed touching ready-to-eat food with bare hand contact. No employee health policy on file. Stored utensils, meat slicer soiled with food debris. Tuna salad, chicken salad, cheese not holding at the proper temperature. Walk-in cooler not holding at the proper temperature. Thermometers needed in all cold holding units. In-use utensils not stored properly. All ceilings, walls, floors need to be cleaned. Clean behind dish machine line. Repair damaged walls.

· Kentucky Fried Chicken, 95-A, 1675 Ga. Highway 138, Conyers, Date: June 26

Violations: Pouches of sauce have debris on them. Stand mixer has debris build up. Broken or missing handle on walk-in cooler. Garbage piled up by back door.

· Arby's, 94-A, 1625 Ga. Highway 138, Conyers, Date: June 27

Violations: Mold-like substance observed in ice maker. Wet utensils observed stacked on one another. Fryer baskets are deteriorating.

· Checker's, 98-A, 1438 Ga. Highway 138, Conyers, Date: June 27

Violations: Inspection reports not posted. Not in compliance with Georgia Smoke Free Air Act. Wet utensils observed stacked on one another.

· Dairy Queen of Conyers, 79-C, 1235 Dogwood Drive, Conyers, Date: June 27

Violations: Front hand wash sink did not have any paper towels. Slicer used with food debris. Chicken tenders not holding at the proper temperature. All items to be stored 6 inches off floors. Personal cell phone stored on prep table. Employee observed washing hands in three-compartment sink.

· Waffle House No. 267, 79-C, 2021 Salem Road, Conyers, Date: June 27

Violations: No paper towels available at rear hand wash sink. Mold-like substance observed in ice maker. Chunk ham and raw chicken not being held at the proper temperature. Bottom of reach-in cooler in rear soiled. Three roaches observed crawling in kitchen area.

· Donna Marie's Pizza & Pasta, 90-A, 1180-A West Ave., Conyers, Date: June 30

Violations: No hand wash sink in prep area or utensil wash area. Items in walk-in cooler not date marked as required. Fryer baskets deteriorating. Hoods have accumulated debris.

· New China II, 83-B, 1360 Dogwood Drive, Suite 204, Conyers, Date: June 30

Violations: Not enough hand wash sinks in facility. Rice cooker rinsed but not washed. Items in walk-in cooler not date marked as required. Thermometers not available in all coolers. Door gasket seal of walk-in cooler needs replacing. Exterior of rice cooker soiled. Good thorough cleaning needed for the entire facility. Grease filters over cooking area soiled with grease build up.

· Tacqueria La Estrella, 85-B, 1723 Lake Rockaway Road, Conyers, Date: June 30

Violations: Employee observed touching ready-to-eat food with bare hand. Prepared items observed without proper date marking. Wrong inspection report posted. Need covered trash container in restroom.

· Waffle House No. 899, 57-U, 2060 Sigman Road, Conyers, Date: June 30

Violations: Person in charge not observed performing duties. Employees not observed washing hands. Front hand wash sink cluttered and inaccessible. Paper towels not available at rear hand wash sink. Drink dispenser nozzles soiled. Items in working cooler not holding at the proper temperature. Out-of-date milk stored in walk-in cooler. Working cooler not maintaining proper temperature. Wiping cloths not stored in sanitized solution as required. Handle of dispensing utensils stored in product. Door gasket seals of working cooler damaged. Door gasket seals of cooler soiled. Bottom of reach-in coolers. Good thorough cleaning needed throughout store.