Restaurant inspections


The Fayette County Health Department completed the following inspections, according to reports:

OCT. 13

Mark C. Wood DBA Woody’s Vending #2, Newark. Standard inspection. Violations/comments: Observed debris on inside of machine and build up of debris where coffee exits the container. Owner cleaned machine during inspection.

OCT. 14

Washington Band Boosters, 306 Highland Ave. Standard inspection. Violations/comments: No recommendations at this time.

Washington Band Booster New Building, Football field 306 Highland Avenue. Standard inspection. Violations/comments: Operation satisfactory.

Village Pump & Pizza, Jeffersonville. Standard inspection. Violations/comments: Hand wash sink is obstructed, remove items to encourage hand washing.

Don & Marty’s, Jeffersonville. Standard inspection. Violations/comments: Wiping cloths need to be stored in sanitary solution when not in use.

OCT. 19

Walmart #3251, 1397 Leesburg Ave. Standard inspection. Violations/comments: Floors under the dog food and cat food need cleaned of accumulating dog and cat food that has spilled out to prevent spread of pests and insects, fans in walk in cooler at bakery and deli cooler need cleaned of accumulating dust with a sanitizer cloth to prevent contamination, floor of deli freezer needs cleaned off, sanitizing test strips need to be available for proper testing of sanitizer at all three compartment sinks, none were present at the sink near the deli.

The Rusty Keg, 1801 Columbus Ave. Standard inspection. Violations/comments: Cooler is now at proper temperature.

Center Pizza, 23 Fayette Center. Standard inspection. Violations/comments: Operation satisfactory.

AVI Food Systems – MCKESSON HBOC, 3000 Kenskill Ave. Standard inspection. Violations/comments: No violations at time of inspection, cooler is reading in range, sandwich vending machine is in proper running order.