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Carbondale's Bombay Olive hit with 17 violations

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WSIL -- The Jackson County health inspector gave Bombay Olive in Carbondale a 74. The spot was hit with 17 violations. Three of them are listed as critical. 

First, chicken and rice on the steam table were not being kept hot enough. The required temperature is at least 135 degrees. At the time of the inspection those items were logged at 86 degrees. There was not enough bleach in the sanitizer bucket. The inspector noted the level was zero parts per million, it needs to be 100. A bottle of window cleaner was found without a label on it, that was a five point deduction.

Other issues noted during the check, bulk rice was being stored on the floor and it did not have the proper scoop with it.  A few cleaning violations were also found during the inspection.

Huddle House in Mt. Vernon earned an 84. The Jefferson County inspector found two critical violations. The dishwasher did not have enough chlorine in it. The inspector says it was zero parts per million instead of the required 50 ppm. That problem was fixed. The back door that was missing protection at the bottom of it. That prevents insects and other pests from getting inside the building. No vermin was found during the inspection. Some food handling utensils weren't properly stored.

In Paducah, Cancun Mexican Grill got a 94 from the McCracken County inspector. Some frozen items weren't being thawed properly and a few cleaning violations were also noted.

Steam Cafe in Harrisburg received a 97. The Saline County inspector noted the floor, ceiling and walls needed to be cleaned better-- as well as some food contact surfaces.

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