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Published: 8/6/2007

Today's Log

Births

Bay Park Community Hospital

Anna Ramirez, Toledo, boy, Saturday.

Flower Hospital

Brandy Nowicki, Toledo, girl, Thursday.

Renee Brown, Sylvania, girl, Friday.

Ceara Williams, Toledo, girl, Saturday.

Toledo Hospital

Holly and Greg Haberkamp, Toledo, twin girls, Saturday.

Cassandra and Bryan Agosti, Perrysburg, girl, Saturday.

Leslie Polaski, Wauseon, boy, Saturday.

Latesha Mosby, Toledo, girl, Saturday.

Dakotah and Thomas Cook-Tkaczyk, Toledo, girl, Saturday.

Keisha Johnson, Toledo, boy, Saturday.

Marriage licenses

Lucas County

Aug. 2, 2007

William Liberty, 55, retired, and Tracy Kuebler, 44, both of Toledo.

Arnold Mitchell, Jr., 41, mover, and Debra McKinney-Sengail, 56, cook, both of Toledo.

Brian Danner, 37, retail, of Canton, Mich., and Isabel Rocha, 38, retail, of Toledo.

Mitchell Keene, 27, sales representative, and Brooklynn Dusseau, personal banker, both of Toledo.

Restaurant inspections

Recently released inspection reports of Lucas County food-service operations:

Darlington, Nursing and Rehab, 2735 Darlington, inspected June 27. Critical violations: Observed employee rinsing his hands in the food preparation sink. Hand washing should be done properly using soap and paper towels in the hand-washing sink only. Sanitize prep sink before using. Observed raw meats stored improperly in the reach-in cooler. Store all raw meats by cooking temperatures to prevent cross contamination. One non-critical violation. Inspector: Jackie Kistler.

Asian Buffet, 2769 West Central, inspected June 27. Critical violations: Observed employee setting pan of food on the floor and then putting it back into the chest freezer directly on top of another pan of food. Do not use the floor as a work space. Keep all food off the floor to prevent contamination. Observed meats on the Mongolian buffet line held at 57 to 62 degrees. Pans were floating in water without ice. Do not place food on the line until you have turned on the cold holding unit and properly iced the top. Pans of raw meat and 2 pans of tofu were voluntarily discarded. All cold holding must be at 41 degrees or below. Observed prep top cooler on cookline holding at 49-50 degrees. All coolers must hold at 41 degrees or below. Contact maintenance to repair. Raw meats were discarded. Do not place meats or eggs in this cooler unit until it is repaired and holds at 41 degrees or below. Observed raw chicken stored above cooked foods in the reach-in cooler. Storage order handout was provided. Store raw chicken on the bottom to prevent cross contamination. Observed employee cutting melon without gloves, There is to be no bare-hand contact with ready-to-eat foods. Corrected at time of inspection. Eleven non-critical violations. Inspector: Kistler.

Carlita s Mexican & Italian Cafe, 4709 Douglas, inspected June 27. Critical violations: The indoor walk-in cooler is currently holding at 55 degrees and incapable of holding potentially hazardous food at 41 degrees or less. Contact a licensed repairman and repair. It will be reinspected in 24 hours. Do not store any potentially hazardous food in the cooler until the cooler has been reinspected. Observed steam table leftovers in walk-in cooler. Improperly cooled and out of temperature. Food was voluntarily discarded. Observed improper date marking on several prepared, potentially hazardous foods inside the indoor walk-in. Food was dated for eight days and not seven. All potentially hazardous, prepared food held over 24 hours must be labeled with a date to prevent the growth of bacteria. Observed raw chicken stored above gravy. All raw foods must be stored below ready to eat food to prevent cross contamination. Place raw chicken on lowest shelf in cooler below all other foods. Fifteen non-critical violations. Inspector: Gillian Wilke.

Kentucky Fried Chicken, 3506 Dorr, inspected June 27. Critical violations: Replace the hole on the three-bay sink which hangs below sink water line and could allow water to backflow into clean water system. Relocate power outlet used for original sifter table. It is located directly within prep area and is touching bags of chicken and is coated with flour. Relocate to area separate from sifter table. Fifteen non-critical violations. Inspector: Debbie Dacquisto.

Toledo Market & Restaurant, 3410 Dorr, inspected June 27. Critical violations: Numerous potentially hazardous food items were found at unsafe temperatures in several different coolers. All suspect coolers must be serviced to hold food at an internal temperature of 41 degrees or below. Do not use these coolers until that time. Inspector: Steve Perrine.

Pilot Travel Center, 5820 Hagman, inspected June 26. Critical violation: Observed corn dogs in hot box display at temperature ranging from 128 to 131 degrees. To limit bacteria growth, potentially hazardous foods in hot holding must maintain 135 degrees or higher. Product reheated in microwave. Repeat violation. Observed donuts in bakery display case without ingredient labels. All baked items in self service case must have ingredient labels posted for customers to view. Obtain ingredient information from supplier. Observed no soap or paper towels at hand-sink in hot dog and coffee area. Every hand-sink must be fully stocked with soap and paper towels at all times to ensure proper hand-washing. Repeat violation. Corrected at inspection. Inspector: Kerry Cutcher.

Barney s Convenience Mart, 5821 North Detroit, inspected June 26. Critical violation: Observed food handler washing lettuce in hand-sink. Use hand-sink for hand-washing only. Food prep may only be conducted in food preparation sink in back room. Four non-critical violations. Inspector: Cutcher.

Omni Sunshine, 5950 Waterville-Swanton, inspected June 26. Pickled eggs and jalepenos found out for sale without any labeling or statement of responsibility. All products sold must be properly labeled. Inspector: Sara Becker.

Petro s Foods Inc., 5086 Douglas, inspected June 27. Critical violations: Observed deli display coolers not holding all potentially hazardous food inside them at 41 degrees or less. All potentially hazardous food must be held at 41 degrees or less to prevent the growth of bacteria. Several items in the coolers were above 41 degrees, items voluntarily discarded. Contact a licensed repairman to repair the coolers so that they hold the potentially hazardous food at 41 degrees or less. Do not store any potentially hazardous food in coolers until they are reinspected. Observed no evidence of date marking of potentially hazardous food. All prepared, potentially hazardous food must be labeled with a date if it is held over 24 hours. Food that is held at 41 degrees or less may be held for 7 days including the day it was prepared or opened. Observed a can of Raid in the bathroom. All pesticides must be applied by a licensed pest control operator. Remove the can of Raid from facility. No sanitizer bucket set up in facility. During all hours of operation a sanitizer bucket must be set up with a chemical concentration of 100 ppm chlorine or 200 ppm ammonia to properly sanitize surfaces and slicer at least every four hours. Corrected at time of inspection. No sanitizer available in the facility to properly sanitize dishes, utensils, etc. All utensils, equipment, dishware that are in use must be cleaned and sanitized at least every four hours. Provide either plain bleach or quatnary ammonia to sanitize and properly wash. Corrected at time of inspection. Inspector: Wilke.

Marco s Pizza, 2658 West Central, inspected June 27. Critical violations: Ranch dressing cups being held at room temperature. All potentially hazardous foods must be held hot at 135 degrees or cold at 41 degrees. Inspector: Paul Bauman.

Noncritical violations

Lee s Parkway Lounge, 2550 Parkway, inspected June 25. One noncritical violation. Inspector Bauman.

Children s Discovery Center, 1640 Timberwolf, inspected June 26. One noncritical violation. Inspector: Becker.

Fallen Timbers Family Recreation Club, Edgerton Drive, Waterville, inspected June 26. One non-ritical violation. Inspector: Becker.

The Grill, 1943 Airport, inspected June 25. Three noncritical violations. Inspector: Michael Butcher.

Buckeye Subs, 5235 Dorr, inspected June 25. One noncritical violation. Inspector: Butcher.

The Wing Spot, 1640 West Sylvania, inspected June 25. Eight noncritical violations. Inspector: Dacquisto.

Apple Tree Nursery School, 2801 West Bancroft, inspected June 26. Three noncritical violations. Inspector: Dacquisto.

Something Special, 8251 Waterville Swanton, Waterville, inspected June 26. Two noncritical violations. Inspector: Becker.

Stone Oak Country Club Pool, 100 Stone Oak, Holland, inspected June 27. One noncritical violation. Inspector: Kistler.

Stone Oak Country Club Snack Bar, 100 Stone Oak, Holland, inspected June 27. One noncritical violation. Inspector: Kistler.

Subway Sandwich & Salad, 1726 Laskey, inspected June 29. One noncritical violation. Inspector: Ryan Sekinger.

Arca/Toledo Speedway, 5639 Benore, inspected June 29. Five noncritical violations. Inspector: Cutcher.

Steak N Shake, 2141 Reynolds, inspected June 29. Two noncritical violations. Inspector: Bauman.

P.J. s Deli, LTD, 500 Madison, inspected June 20. Four noncritical violations. Inspector: Kelly Cipiti.

In & Out Mart, 2007 Sylvania, inspected June 25. Four noncritical violations. Inspector: Dacquisto.

Family Dollar Stores, 3525 Dorr, inspected June 27. Two noncritical violations. Inspector: Bauman.

Franklin Ice Cream, 474 Michigan, inspected June 26. Two noncritical violations. Inspector: Becker.

Cottage Inn Pizza & Grill, 1122 North Byrne, inspected June 26. Three noncritical violations. Inspector: Bauman.

American Petroleum, 5001 Douglas, inspected June 29. One non-critical violation. Inspector: Cutcher.

Bambino s Pizza, 1515 Eleanor, inspected June 27. Three non-critical violations. Inspector: Perrine.

Traffic injuries

Wednesday

12:54 a.m. Albion and Post. Hit-skip vehicle and auto of Kevin Anderson, 22, of Sumner, who was treated at St. Anne Mercy Hospital. His passenger, Victoria Thomas, 23, of Bowling Green, was treated at Toledo Hospital.

10:08 p.m. East Broadway and Idaho. Auto of Terri Barber, 25, of Forsythe, and bicycle of Mike Warren, 13, of Forsythe, who was treated at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center.

Thursday

7:45 a.m. 2000 block of Hoops. Autos of Stephen Johnston, 27, of Hoops, and Adrienne Worman, 23, of 283rd, who was treated at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center.

Crime reports

Robberies

Subway, Phillips, cash from clerks by a man about 4:10 p.m. Thursday.

Daniel Klofsowski, of Toledo, cash and wine by a man in the 400 block of East Streicher about 6:10 p.m. Thursday.

Thomas Weaver, of Toledo, cigarettes by a man who punched him in the 1700 block of Tremainsville about 1:50 a.m. Friday.

Robert Taylor, of Toledo, jewelry by two men with a gun on Oakwood at Clinton about 2:45 a.m. Friday.



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