Vigo County Health Department
April 9-14, 2018
Wendy’s #81, 2049 Lafayette Ave., (3 Critical) – Sandwich toppings cooler by drive thru found holding food at 58.1; American cheese not time marked properly according to variance; No sanitizer measured in wiping cloth buckets or 3 bay sink.
Little Caesars, 1834 Lafayette Ave., (2 Critical, 3 Non-Critical) – Spray nozzle at 3-bay hanging below flood rim; Uncooked pizzas on rack not marked with time to discard.
China Wok, 3247 N. 21st St., (2 Critical, 2 Non-Critical) – Found container of garlic in oil at room temperature, should be 41⁰ or less; Found pan of raw chicken in handwash sink.
Logan’s Rib-Eye, 100 S. Fruitridge Ave., (1 Critical, 2 Non-Critical) – Brown gravy, marinara, Alfredo sauce found at 128⁰-133⁰, should be 135⁰ or above (discarded).
Subway#29157, 5785 S. US Hwy 41, (1 Critical, 1 Non-Critical) – Debris observed on ice chute in soda fountain.
Sycamore Manor, 222 S. 25th St., (1 Critical) – Hot water in dishwasher reaches 156⁰, shall be 160⁰ to sanitize properly.
La Quinta Inn & Suites, 451 E. Margaret Ave.,(1 Critical) – Hashbrowns and scrambled eggs found at 121⁰-126⁰, should be at least 135⁰ or above.
Quality Inn, 555 S. 3rd St., (1 Critical) – No proof of certified food handler.
Speedway #7718, 1240 Ohio, (1 Critical) – Jalapenos and plastic found in handwash sink.
Kroger J-981 & Fuel Center, 2650 Wabash Ave., (1 Critical) – Bakery pans observed with encrusted burnt on debris, no longer smooth and easily cleanable.
Speedway #5196, 6587 S. US Hwy 41, (1 Critical) – Debris observed on ice chute in soda fountain.
East Star Buffet, 3059 S US Hwy. 41, (1 Critical) – Soups and pork wontons on buffet found at 108⁰ - 134⁰, should be 135⁰ or above.
AMC Theatres Terre Haute 12, 3153 S. 3rd St., (1 Critical) – Debris observed around opening of ice chute.
Riley American Legion Post 328, 5603 S. Lama, (1 Critical) - Green beans and potatoes not date marked.
Seelymart, 9681 E US Hwy 40, (1 Non-Critical)
Circle K #35, 380 N. 3d St., (1 Non-Critical)
La Isla Mexican Restaurant, 1480 Ft. Harrison Rd., (1 Non-Critical)
Establishments with No Violations
Wayne Newton Post 346 American Legion, 1346 Wabash Ave.
Rick’s Smokehouse & Grill, 3102 Wabash Ave.
CVS Pharmacy #6685, 1320 Maple Ave.
Alorica, 1800 Ft. Harrison Rd., Ste #23
Springhill Suites by Marriott, 3304 US Hwy 41 S
Water Tower Estates LLC, 525 W. Springhill Dr.
Bonebrake’s Dairy Queen, 3201 Wabash Ave.
Penn Station #194, 2736 B Wabash Ave.
Dairy Queen #11747, 1331 N. 13th St.
Meadows Elementary, 55 S. Brown Ave.
Jimmy John’s, 1110 Wabash Ave.
Family Dollar Store #2332, 1128 Locust St.
Dollar General #4894, 9580 E US Hwy 40
Meijer Store #285, 5600 E. New Margaret Dr.
Meijer Gas Station #285, 5520 E. New Margaret Dr.
Ultimate Fitness & Bariatric Center, 3171 S. 3rd Pl.
The Café, 2723 S. 7th St., Ste. A
Travelodge, 530 S. 3rd St.
Super 8 Motel, 3089 S. 1st St.
Chad Overton (D-Terre Haute) candidate for the Democratic nomination for Indiana House of Representatives District 43 announced today that, if elected, he will donate his State Representative salary to various Vigo County charities. State House District 43 includes portions of Vigo County including the Terre Haute and West Terre Haute.
“I’m running for State Representative to create jobs, improve public education and to help Vigo County citizens in need. And I can’t think of a better way of helping Vigo County citizens than to donate my legislative salary to charities who assist those in need. My parents taught me to work hard and to help those less fortunate. My wife Natalie and I believe strongly in this principle,” Overton said.
Chad Overton and his wife Natalie will be married for 15 years and have 5 children, including 2 foster children. Their children Jordan Marshall, 26 works now as a painting supervisor at Indiana University, Ashton Overton, 14 and Lily Overton, 12 attend Otter Creek Middle School and Jackson Overton, 10 attends Lost Creek Elementary. They are members of St. Joseph Catholic Church and reside in Vigo County. Chad is a graduate of Indiana State University. Natalie Overton is also a graduate of Indiana State University and is a former elementary school teacher.
Chad is the owner of Servpro in Vigo, Clay, Parke, Sullivan, Vermillion, Brown and Bartholomew counties and other commercial holdings. He also owns Ashton Development, a multi-family apartment near Rose Hulman, and Lily Grace laundry.
Chad and Natalie believe in giving back to their community. Chad and Natalie are a financial supporter of Terre Haute Schools, Indiana State University Foundation, Terre Haute Boys and Girls Club, Terre Haute Children’s Museum, Chances and Services for Youth, Junior Achievement and Pink of Terre Haute are among a few of the organizations they support. If elected, Chad will form a committee of community leaders to assist with the selection of the Vigo County charities to receive donations from his State Representative salary. Chad and his wife Natalie are also proud participants in Indiana’s Foster Parent program.
Democrat voters will nominate the next Democrat candidate for State Representative for HD 43 on May 8th.
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