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A2 FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 2012 LOCAL THE ADVOCATE-MESSENGER WWW.AMNEWS.COM FOODinspections 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. A perfect inspection score is 100points 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. Many facilities are combination food-service-retail markets and receive two scores. The first is for the deli (food-service) and the second is for the remainder of the store. Here’s what the scores mean: A rating of 85 or above with no critical items indicates a passing inspection. Scores of 70 to 84 with no critical items require re-inspection within 30 days or less. Facilities that do not correct sanitation problems during the allotted time face possible permit suspension. Establishments that score between 60 and 69 are issued a “Notice of Intent to Suspend Permit,’’ and are afforded the opportunity for an administrative hearing to show cause as to why the facility’s permit should not be suspended. State law requires closure of any establishment with rating of 59 or less. An establishment also must cease operation if conditions exist which pose an immediate public health threat. Any establishment whose permit has been suspended can make application for a re-inspection for the purpose of permit reinstatement. If the re-inspection reveals that the conditions causing suspension of the permit have been corrected, the permit will be reinstated. There are 13 critical items on the health department inspection form. Regardless of the rating score, these potentially serious deficiencies must be corrected within a time specified by the health department, but in any event, not to exceed 10 days. Serious deficiencies are noted by an asterisk after the establishment’s score. Regular inspections Aldi, Hustonville Road, 96. Applebee’s, Skywatch Drive, 84.* Potentially hazardous food not being at the required cold holding temperature at bar area refrigeration unit. Potentially hazardous foods not being rapidly reheated to the required temperature before being placed on steam table. Auto dishwasher not sanitizing as required. Atokia, Perryville Road, 100. Bluegrass Head Start, Toombs Court, 100. Bluegrass Pizza & Pub, West Main Street, 89.* Potentially hazardous foods not being date marked as required. Burger King, Hustonville Road, 91.* Gravy not being kept the required hot holding temperature as required. Centre College, Carnige Club, West Walnut Street, 97. Centre College, Cowan Dining Hall, West Walnut Street, 93. Centre College, Hall of Fame, 97. Connie’s Restaurant and Deli, Parksville, 100, 99. Christ the Head Missionary Daycare, East Main Street, 100. Cici’s Pizza, Hustonville Road, 86.* Employee drink cups not being stored as required. Cracker Barrel, Cassidy Drive, 92, 100.* Sliced cheese not being kept at the required cold holding temperature, at make station refrigeration unit. Ephraim McDowell Hospital, South Third Street, 99. Fazolis, Hustonville Road, 88.* Potentially hazardous foods not being date marked as required. Giovanni’s Pizza, Hustonville Road, 80.* Potentially hazardous foods not being rapidly heated before being placed on steam well unit. Auto dishwasher not sanitizing utensils as required. Glass cleaner chemical spray bottle, stored on dry storage rack above food product. Guadalajara Mexican Restaurant, Hustonville Road, 80.* Potentially City closes park parking for sludge pressing By STEPHANIE MOJICA smojica@amnews.com e parking lot for Henson Park on East Main Street will be closed for the next couple of years, Danville City Engineer Earl Coffey said ursday. e pond at the park is not intended for recreational purposes such as swimming or fishing, but as a sludge pond for the water treatment plant, according to Coffey. Recently, city officials needed to close the parking lot and access to the pond so they could use machinery and equipment to press sludge. “e function of the pond has not changed,” Coffey said. “We just had to restrict access for people’s safety.” e park downstream from the pond and part of the walking trail will remain accessible, Coffey noted. Closing off part of Henson Park and using the pond for pressing sludge is not part of the planned $27.5 million water treatment plant hazardous foods not being date marked as required. Utensil’s not being sanitized as required. H&A Restaurant, Perryville Street, 94. Harvesting Hope, South Fourth Street, 92, 98.* Potentially hazardous foods not being date marked as required. Hill of Beans No. 2, Man-o-War Boulavard, 94, 99.* Potentially hazardous foods not being date marked as required. Huddle House, Skywatch Drive, 90.* Auto dishwasher not sanitizing utensils as required. Kentucky School for the Deaf, Colonial Grill, 100. Lee’s Famous Recipe, South Fourth Street, 88.* Cole slaw not being kept at the required cold holding temperature at cold bar. Little Caesars Pizza, Hustonville Road, 97. Lore Brewing, Whirl-A-Way Drive, 100. Mallards, Ben Ali Drive, 90.* Glass cleaner spray bottle not labeled as required. McDonalds, U.S. 150 By-Pass, 97. McDonalds No. 2, Thoroughbred Drive, 92.* Auto dishwasher not sanitizing utensils as required. Three Stephanie Mojica/smojica@amnews.com The parking lot for Henson Park on East Main Street will be closed for the next couple of years so the city can press sludge, according to City Engineer Earl Coffey. expansion project, according to Coffey. at project is still in the works, and city officials hope to begin construction on that effort this fall. e compartment sink, auto sanitizer unit not working properly. Chemical spray bottle stored on condiment storage rack. McDowell Place, Ben Ali Drive, 98. Melton’s Deli, East Main Street, 98, 100. Mermaid’s, South Fourth Street, 93.* Potentially hazardous foods not being date marked as required. Northpoint Inmate Canteen, Hwy 33, 99. Northpoint Kitchen, Hwy 33, 100. Parksville Trading Post, Parksville, 89, 95.*Potentially hazardous foods not being date marked as required. Papa John’s, West Main Street, 97. R.R. Donelley, Lebanon Road, 91.* Various potentially hazardous foods not being kept at the required hot holding temperatures. Redi Mart No. 21, Bluegrass Pike, 88, 95.* Pharmaceuticals found outdated on retail shelves. Sausage and biscuits not being kept at the proper hot holding temperature at hot holding box. Shoney’s, South Danville Bypass, 94. Speedway, West Main Street, 93, 99.* Potentially hazardous food not being kept at the required hot hold- water treatment plant expansion would increase Danville’s daily pumping capacity from 10 million to 12 million gallons. ing temperature. Subway, North Fourth Street, 100. Subway No. 2, Finn-Hill Drive, 99. Super 8 Danville, Danville Bypass, 88.* Chemicals stored with utensils under three compartment sink. The Presbyterian Church of Danville, West Main Street, 100. 303 West, West Main Street, 90.* Potentially hazardous foods not being date marked as required. Viaduct Food Mart, Quisenberry Street, 90, 97.* Potentially hazardous foods not being date marked as required. V-The Market, South Fourth Street, 97. Wal-Mart, Walton Avenue, 98, 96. Wanda’s Country Kitchen, Junction City, 95. Wee Kare Day Care, Junction City, 96.* Potentially hazardous foods not being date marked as required. Wendy’s, Hustonville Road, 98. Zaxby’s, Skywatch Drive, 96. Opening inspections Danville Food Mart, Shakertown Road, 91, 92. K’s Café, South Second Street, 96. Follow up inspections Applebee’s, 100. Bluegrass Pizza & Pub, 93. Burger King, 96. Cici’s Pizza, 91. Cracker Barrel, 98, 100. Fazolis, 92. Giovanni’s Pizza, 97. Guadalajara Mexican Restaurant, 93.* Can opener not being cleaned and sanitized as required. Harvesting Hope, 96, 98. Hill of Beans No. 2, 98, 99. Huddle House, 94.* Auto dishwasher not sanitizing utensils as required. Lee’s Famous Recipe, 93. McDonald’s No. 2, 100. Mermaid’s, 97. Parksville Trading Post, 97, 97. R.R. Donelley, 98. Redi Mart No. 21, 97, 99. Speedway, 98, 99. Super 8 Danville, 92. 303 West, 94. Viaduct Food Mart, 95, 97. Wee Kare Day Care, 100. Follow up inspections on follow up inspections Guadalajara Mexican Restaurant, 97. Huddle House, 100. Obituaries Visit our online obituary archive at www.amnews.com DEATHS n Geraldine Leedy, 86, of Stanford died ursday. Arrangements are pending at Spurlin Funeral Home, Stanford. FUNERALS Curtis King 1935-2012 Curtis King, 76, of Parksville, died Wednesday, April 18, 2012. Born Sept. 19, 1935, in Boyle County, he was the son of the late Herstle and Olive Pearl Hellard King. He attended Parksville Schools and Pleasant Run Baptist Church. Curtis worked for Sellers Engineering and Mathews Conveyor Co., each for 18 years. He was a fisherman, a coon hunter, a farmer and an avid UK basketball fan. He was a loving “Papa,” “Papaw,” “Grandpa King” and “Poppa King” to the many children in his life. Survivors include his wife, Mary Johnson King; his children, Steve (Debbie) King of Parksville, Debbie (Rickey) Moberly of Stanford, Mary (Richard) Bowen of Lexington, Bobby (Dawn) Chapin of Nicholasville and Sammy (Lisa) Chapin of Parksville; two brothers, Calvin (Ruby) King and Gary (Pat) King, both of Parksville; four sisters, Lenora (Norman) Ferrell and Joyce Cochran, both of Danville, and Gail (Eric) Hogue of Parksville; 12 grandchildren, Melissa (Alex) Brannick, Sheila (Paul) Claunch, Amanda Bowen, Sarah (Justin) Williamson, Robin Chapin (Nicholas) Butt, Ashley King, Courtney King, Andrew Chapin, Justin Ray, Barbie (Bill) Jamison, and Austin and Abby Chapin; and five great-grandchildren, Nevaeh Butt, Evan Claunch, Caleb Bowen, Noah Williamson and Will Jamison. The funeral service will be 1 p.m. Saturday at Pleasant Run Baptist Church. The Rev. Earnest Fields Jr. and the Rev. Larry Moore will officiate. Burial will be in Danville Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers will be Donnie King, Johnny King, David Lawson, Steve King, Justin Ray and Norman Ferrell. Visitation will be after 5 p.m. Friday at Stith Funeral Home and Family Center, Junction City, and after 11 a.m. Saturday at the church. Memorials are suggested to the Pleasant Run Baptist Church youth group or WDFB radio station. Online guestbook available at stithfuneralhome.net. CASEY Gary D. Caudill 1949-2012 LIBERTY — Gary Dean Caudill, 62, died Wednesday. Born July 4, 1949, in Casey County, he was the son of the late Lunda and Edith Grooms Caudill. He was a born-again Christian and project manager for JC Penney. Survivors include his wife, Linda Miller Caudill; two sons, Marcus Dean Caudill and William Gary Caudill, both of Liberty; a daughter, Rita Camp of Ringgold, Ga.; two grandchildren; three brothers, Jay, Donald and Keith Caudill; and three sisters, Frances James, Margaret Kelley and Geneva Goguen. Private services will be held at a later date. Cremation rites were honored by McKinney-Brown Funeral Home. Geneva Dalton 1930-2012 MIDDLEBURG — Geneva Christine Dalton, 81, died Wednesday. Born May 21, 1930, in Liberty, he was a son of the late Alonzo and Sarah Bastin Morgan. She was a retired postal service clerk and the widow of William T. Dalton. Survivors include three sons, Terrel Dalton of Somerset, Larry Dalton of Middleburg and Gary Dalton of Liberty; two daughters, Gerry Murphy and Cherry Richardson, both of Liberty; 14 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren; three great-great-grandchildren; and a brother, Tommy Morgan. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Mary Alice Hatter. Services will be 2 p.m. Saturday at Willow Springs United Methodist Church. Visitation is after 6 p.m. today at Bartle Funeral Home, Middleburg. LINCOLN Dexter Todd 1972-2012 CRAB ORCHARD — Dexter Darrell Todd, 59, of Broughtontown, passed away ursday, April 19, at St. Joseph Hospital in Lexington. He was the husband of Brenda Carol (Estep) Todd, whom he married on Aug. 26, 1972. Born Aug. 11, 1952, in Lincoln County, he was the son of the late Leonard and Vernia Reynolds Todd. Dexter was a former employee of both Whirlpool and Matsushita in Danville. He was a member of Friendship Baptist Church and had served as a deacon, song leader and treasurer. Not only was Dexter a faithful member of his church, but he also was a respected member of Lincoln County Fiscal Court, currently serving as magistrate over the 2nd District of Lincoln County. He had held the same position in the early 1990's. Dexter was a member of the Waynesburg Masonic Lodge No. 328. He was a former member of the Broughtontown Volunteer Fire Department and former president of the Broughtontown Community Center board. Dexter was a loving and devoted husband, father, brother and papaw. Survivors include his loving wife of 39 years, Brenda Estep Todd of Broughtontown; a daughter, Elizabeth Brooke (Brett) Smith of Broughtontown; a son, Derek Scott Todd of Broughtontown; two grandsons, Mason and Tucker; three brothers, Carlos (Joyce) Todd of West Chester, Ohio, Leroy Todd of Broughtontown and Cletus (Anita) Todd of Stanford; and three sisters, Willene Powers, Carol Brown and Brenda Helton, all of Crab Orchard. In addition to his parents, Dexter was preceded in death by two brothers, Curtis and Delmas Todd. Services will be 1 p.m. Monday at McKnight Funeral Chapel by Bro. Darrell Gentry. Burial wil be in Friendship Baptist Church Cemetery. Pallbearers include Lance Gentry, Jay Smith, Doug and Matt Blanton, James and Tony Todd, Jeremiah Rinker and Ryan Ellis. Honorary pallbearers will be members of Lincoln County Fiscal Court and Jim Loggins. Visitation will be 3-9 p.m. Sunday, April 22, 2012, at McKnight Funeral Home, with a Masonic service beginning at 7 p.m. Memorial contributions may be made to Friendship Baptist Church cemetery fund c/o Derek Todd, 7125 Ky. 1781 Crab Orchard, KY 40419. MEDICAL FACILITY HIRING Dialysis clinic in Danville hiring Part Time dialysis tech. Experience preferred, not required. Benefit package available. Apply online at careers.fmcna.com CONTACT NEWSROOM Periodical postage paid at Danville, KY. The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for publication and not otherwise of all new dispatches credited to this paper and also the local news published herein. All rates include the Kentucky Advocate published on Sundays. Postmaster: Send change of address forms to The Advocate-Messenger, 330 S. 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