In preparation for the upcoming local election, lifetime Terre Haute resident and District 3 City Councilman, Karrum Nasser announces his candidacy for mayor.
In his announcement, Nasser speaks of his desire to see a change in the city— “ Terre Haute needs a new voice, new vision, and a fresh start. We need new leadership to combat crime, help develop a diverse workforce, reign in the budget, and make our city a hub for innovation and new business once again.”
His campaign is set to focus on four pillars: The production of smart infrastructure The development of a diverse workforce The standard of excellence in city government The support to create strong neighborhoods.
“The people of Terre Haute deserve a city that helps them achieve their dreams, that helps them thrive. Together, we can ensure Terre Haute is the forward-thinking, unique, inclusive, and equitable city we all know it can be,” said Nasser. “I will bring that kind of leadership to City Hall as your mayor.”
Nasser is currently serving his first term as the Councilman of District 3, and served one year as the City Council president. Nasser will be vying for the Democratic nomination in the 2019 primary.
Learn more about Karrum Nasser and his campaign by visiting www.nasserforterrehaute.com.
Vigo County Health Department
November 6 – November 17
Baesler’s Market, 2900 Poplar St-(2 Critical 2 Non-Critical) No sanitizer levels measured in wiping buckets in deli. Bread pans found with accumulation of debris.
Meadows Café, 2800 Poplar #25 St-(2 Critical 1 Non- Critical) Sausage patties found at 74F should be 135F or above. Roast beef, sliced beef and ham not marked with date.
West Vigo IGA, 1000 W National Ave -(2 Critical 1 Non-Critical) Fried chicken, chicken strips and brussel sprouts found at 121-13F, should be 135F or above. Lunch meat and cheese not marked with date of consumption.
Kroger J-911 & Fuel Center, 2140 Ft Harrison- (2 Critical) Baking sheets and muffin pans found with built up debris. Sanitizer levels measured low in 3 bay sink in deli.
Imperial Lanes, 400 N 3rd St-(1 Critical 5 Non-Critical) Debris observed on both bar soda nozzles and nozzle holders.
David’s Café 63, 3700 S State Rd 63 (1 Critical 1 Non-Critical) Certified food handler expired.
Walmart Supercenter # 4235, 2399 S St Rd 46-(1 Critical 1 Non-Critical) Nozzle at 3 bay sink in deli found below the flood rim.
Fraternal Order of Eagles #291, 823 Poplar St-(1 Critical 1 Non Critical) Accumulated debris found on fryer baskets.
Magic Wok, 3401 S US Hwy 41-(1 Non-Critical)
Kroger J-987 - Fuel Center, 4714 S US Hwy 41-(2 Non-Critical)
Establishments with No Violations
Anthony Square Congregate Living, 1301 Wabash Ave
Kisaki LLC at Baesler’s Market, 2900 Poplar St
Walgreens #7443, 3603 S US Hwy 41
Royal Mandarin, 11 Meadows
Zorah Shriners, 420 N 7th St
Subway at Buck’s Marathon, 4491 Erie Canal Rd
Lawton Byrum VEW #972, 1111 Veterans Square
A&J, 1111 Veterans Square
Trolly’s Bar and Grill, 2341 Maple Ave
AFC Sushi, 4714 S US Hwy 41
Kroger J-981 & Fuel Center, 2650 Wabash Ave
Starbuck’s, 3301 St Mary’s Rd
Sam’s Club, 4350 S US Hwy 41
St Marys O’Shaughnessy Hall, PO Box 130
Marathon Express, 820 W National Ave
West Vigo Middle and High School, 4750 W Sarah Meyers Dr
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