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Terre Haute, Indiana
Terre Haute, Indiana
Vigo County Health Department
Dec. 16 – Dec. 31
Maurizio’s Pizza, 2940 Wabash Ave-(2 Critical, 3 Non-Critical) Ice machine observed with black debris. No dates on portioned out meats in prep table.
Baymont, 3070 S 1st St-(2 Critical, 2 Non-Critical) No proof of certified food handler. No sanitizer provided.
Union Hospital, 1606 N 7th St-(2 Critical) Crumbled sausage in cooler drawer found at 58F (discarded) Hand wash sink in front deli area found with ice inside. Hand wash sink in dishwashing area found with rubber gloves inside.
Golden Corral, 10 W Johnson Dr-(1 Critical, 3 Non-Critical) Utensil surface temperature in dish washer found at 141F should be 168F or above.
Quality Inn, 555 S 3rd St-(1 Critical, 1 Non-Critical) Hand wash sink being used for dumping and holding dirty dishes, only to be used for handwashing.
Hampton Inn, 3325 US Hwy 41 S-(1 Critical) No certified food handler on staff.
Ryves Hall Youth Center, 1356 Locust St-(2 Non-Critical)
Days Inn and Suites, 101 E Margaret Ave-(2 Non-Critical)
Amvets, 65 S Schley Pl-(2 Non-Critical)
Hilton Garden Inn, 750 Wabash Ave-(1 Non-Critical)
Super 8 Motel, 3089 S 1st-(1 Non-Critical)
Establishments with No Violations
Holiday Inn Express, 2645 S Joe Fox St
Pear Tree, 3050 Highway 41 S
Rodeway Inn, 400 S 3rd St
Club Koyote, 121 E Paris Rd
Approved to Open
Rick’s Copper Bar, 810 Wabash Ave
Vigo County Prosecutor's Office
Today, Prosecutor Terry Modesitt met with leaders of the local Recovery Community to thank them for their work in supporting people with substance use disorder and giving people hope.
In doing so, nearly $25,000 in grants were awarded to six local recovery groups to support their programs.
Grant applicants submitted requests for assistance in areas including scholarships for participants, new breath test equipment and vehicle repairs. The grants distributed total almost $25,000. The programs and amounts given were:
The Avenues $4,000
Club Soda $5,827.51
Next Step $5,290
Odyssey House $3,000
Teen Challenge $3,300
Truman House $3,500
Total Awarded: $24,917.51
In presenting the checks, Prosecutor Modesitt thanked the groups for doing the hard work and being on the front lines of helping people with substance use disorders. He further stated "Our ultimate goal is to get people right and get them to be productive citizens, and law abiding citizens."
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News Writer: Lucy Perry