The Jackson County Public Works/Environmental Health Division conducts inspections anywhere food is handled, prepared and served to the public for cities other than Independence.

Blue Springs

• Jack in the Box, 808 N. M-7 – On Nov. 21, inspectors observed cracked dishes on the dish rack, and the microwave had a large amount of food residue inside it; both were corrected. Cut tomatoes on the service line were 65 degrees, that were not refrigerated, had no date or time log; discarded.

Grain Valley

• Porky's Blazin Bar-B-Q, 9512 S. Buckner-Tarsney Road – On Nov. 17, the can opener blade had an accumulation of dry food debris and the soda nozzles had build-up on them; both were corrected.

Lee's Summit

• On The Border, 1800 N.W. Chipman Road – On Nov. 16, there was food debris on dishes stored on the clean dish rack and dried food debris on the can opener blade; both were corrected.

• Houlihan's Restaurant & Bar, 625 N.W. Murray Road – On Nov. 17, the cooler did not hold food at 41 degrees or below; all out of temperatures were discarded, re-inspection required.

Raytown

• Raytown South High School Inside Concessions, 8211 Sterling Ave. – On Nov. 20, inspectors found unlabeled chemical bottles; corrected.

– Jillayne Ritchie