The Jefferson County Health Department conducts quarterly inspections of all food establishments or locations that handle food in the county. Health inspections become a public record 10 days after the inspection takes place. The documents highlight critical, noncritical and repeat violations during each inspection or follow-up. Critical violations are listed. All records are supplied by the Jefferson County Health Department, which can be reached at (812) 273-1942.

December 30

Dollar General – Hanover: One critical, (In the display cooler there was raw bacon found stored over premium deli meats.). two non-critical.

January 2

HOS Coffee: No violations.

Kent Mercantile: Two critical, (1. Raw bacon and sausage stored over milk in display cooler. These food products need to be switched. 2. The cut deli meats in the deli cooler do not have a date listed on them as to when they were first cut. The 7 day rule applies to these items and they need to be dated so employees know when to discard them.), seven non-critical.

January 3

The Salvation Army: One critical, (Evidence of pest present in the stock room pantry. This evidence needs to be discarded.).

January 6

Aldi, Inc.: Four non – critical.

Dollar General – Hanover (Follow-up): No violations.

The Mess Hall, No violations.

Walgreens: No violations.

January 7

Bello’s Pizza: No violations.

Circle K – Clifty Drive: One critical, (In the storage area near the bathroom, oil was found stored over single use products.), five non – critical.

Subway – Hilltop: One non – critical.

January 8

88 King Buffet: Four non – critical.

Maple Sushi: No violations.

January 10

Historic Broadway Hotel: Three non – critical.

Livery Stable: One non – critical.

McDonald’s – Hanover: Two non – critical.

Smokin’ Crowes: One critical, (The cooler used to store bottles of beer had an open gallon of milk at the bottom of it. The gallon of milk does not have a date listed on it of when it was opened.), six non – critical.