The following food service establishments were inspected by the Washington County Health Department in March and found to have sanitation violations that must be corrected within 30 days:
Bavarian Pretzel Bakery, 17301 Valley Mall Road — Three packages of Starbucks frappuccino coffees in glass bottles observed stored in employee restroom on filing cabinet; food products cannot be stored in restroom area; Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point plan (HACCP) must be submitted to the health department.
Byers Busy Corner, 1 S. Potomac St., Williamsport — Floor in men’s restroom must be smooth and easy to clean; covered trash can must be used in women’s restroom; HACCP plan needed.
Dairy Queen/Orange Julius, 17301 Valley Mall Road — Ice scoop observed touching ice in ice bin, scoop should be stored handle up or in separate container (corrected); paper towels must be available at front hand sink (corrected); thermometer must be used in walk-in cooler; can opener blade needs to be cleaned.
Sunrise Handi-Mart, 14036 National Pike, Clear Spring — Loose tile and damaged cove base observed in three-compartment sink area; unlabeled spray bottle observed (corrected), single-service items observed on floor; bare wood wall observed in storage room; must be smooth and easily cleanable.
Western Heights Middle School, 1300 Marshall St. — Condensation build-up observed on floor of walk-in freezer and small amount on ceiling by condenser box, no condensation observed on food products, kitchen manager reported that the freezer will be repaired to fix condensation during the summer; kitchen floor cracked and needs to be repaired so it is easy to clean, kitchen manager reported that the kitchen floor and dishwasher area will be repoured during the summer.
The following food service establishments were inspected in March and were found to have no violations: Boonsboro High School Band Boosters, 10 Campus Drive, Boonsboro; Boonsboro High School; Boonsboro Middle School; Hickory Elementary School, 11101 Hickory School Road, Williamsport; Sheetz, 100 E. Potomac St., Williamsport; Washington County Girls Softball League, 11112 Kemps Mill Road, Williamsport; Williamsport Pool concession stand, Byron Memorial Park; Williamsport High School; and Williamsport Moose Lodge 2462, 119 N. Conococheague St., Williamsport.
The following food service establishments were inspected by the Washington County Health Department in April and found to have critical violations that needed to be corrected immediately:
Conococheague Little League — Major League Field, Byron Memorial Park, Williamsport — * nacho cheese observed on hot hold at 110 degrees, should be held at 135 degrees or higher (corrected, cheese discarded).
Florida Avenue Vocational Center, 840 Florida Ave. — * two bags of Dole salad lettuce observed past use-by date of April 10 (corrected, both bags discarded); boxed potato cubes stored on walk-in freezer floor; boxed ham observed on floor of walk-in cooler; dishwasher needs servicing.
No. 1 Chinese Restaurant, 17608 Garland Groh Blvd. — * Chicken on grill line observed out of temperature at 78 degrees, chicken must be moved to cooler to rechill before use (corrected); * raw meat stored above lettuce and observed dripping into produce (corrected, lettuce thrown out); * no soap at kitchen hand sink, the only hand sink in the kitchen, employees not washing hands; * no soap in any hand sinks in restroom or kitchen area; grease trap observed with standing water (corrected); personal drinks stored above reach in refrigerator unit and food (corrected); no thermometers in sandwich prep units and there is condensation in the walk-in freezer; facility has no HACCP plan; food observed uncovered and stored on the floor; hood filters above grill line must be cleaned; improper trash receptacle under grill prep table; rice cooker rim and lid must be cleaned; bulk storage containers must be labeled and dated; scoop handles observed touching food product in bulk storage containers.
Southside Bowl, 17325 Virginia Ave. — * Eggs observed at 50 degrees in sandwich prep unit, door to unit does not close completely (corrected, eggs discarded); drink nozzles must be cleaned nightly (corrected); door knob to outside door missing (corrected, repaired during inspection); shakers and condiment containers need contents labeling (corrected); vents in women’s restroom must be cleaned.
Vince’s New York Pizza, 17520 Virginia Ave. — * Broccoli observed past expiration date of April 19 (corrected, broccoli was discarded); bowl of lemons stored in ice machine on top of potable ice used for drinks (corrected, lemons removed); spoons stored handle down in cups (corrected); condiment bottles in kitchen need label of contents; can opener blade must be cleaned (corrected), four boxes of food on floor of walk-in cooler (corrected); pitcher used as scoop observed in marinara sauce with handle touching food (corrected); chicken stored in grocery store bag (corrected, chicken was removed and transferred to storage pan for refrigeration); extension cords used in back room for freezer and second cord runs into wall of kitchen for freezer in prep area.
The following food service establishments were inspected by the Washington County Health Department in April and found to have sanitation violations that must be corrected within 30 days:
AC&T Mini Mart, 250 E. Main St., Hancock — Label incomplete in cold hold area; bulk container not labeled.
Auntie Anne’s, 17301 Valley Mall Road — Sanitizing solution in three-compartment sink observed weak at 100 parts per million solution, should be mixed as close to 200 parts per million as possible (corrected); sanitizer bucket observed at 50 parts per million, should be as close to 200 parts per million as possible (corrected).
Byers Stop N Go, 152 Burhans Blvd. — Back door by walk-in cooler needs weatherstripping; thermometers needed in some cold-hold units; water observed not running for ice cream scoops, must be replaced every four to six hours.
Cascade Elementary School, 14519 Pennersville Road, Cascade — Water observed dripping from condensation unit in walk-in cooler.
China King Restaurant, 339 W. Washington St. — Boxes of meat and poultry products observed on floor of walk-in freezer (corrected); bag of carrots observed on floor of walk-in cooler (corrected); back door screen must be resealed; kitchen hand sink obstructed (corrected).