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.

Lee's Summit

• Mr. Sushi, 995 N.E. Rice Road – On May 30, sushi rice was being kept out of temperature and acidified without time control logs; re-inspection required. Ladles in the clean section and the microwave both had a build-up of residue; corrected.

• Shamrock Hills Golf Club, 3161 S. M-291 – On May 30, the cooler in the kitchen was not maintaining a temperature of 41 degrees or below; all potentially hazardous food was discarded, re-inspection required.

• Westside Grill & Bar, 221 S. M-291 – On May 31, the sanitizer in the dish washer was not dispensing at the proper concentration; corrected. Raw beef was stored above cooked meatloaf and brisket; corrected. The meat slicer had an accumulation of residue within it; corrected.

• Casey's General Store, 1800 N.E. Langsford Road – On May 31, the tea nozzle had build-up of yellow residue; corrected.

• Pinsa, 1694 N.W. Chipman Road – On June 1,the temperature on the lettuce cooler was not at 41 degrees or below; all potentially hazardous food were discarded, re-inspection required.

• Long-Bell Pizza Co., 3385 S.W. Fascination Drive – On June 4, the sanitizer bottles were not labeled.

Raytown

• Church's Chicken, 9310 E. M-350 – On May 30, the walk-in cooler had an ambient air temperature of 43 degrees; the food was not out temperature, but the manager was concerned and maintenance was called. The macaroni and cheese held in the steam table was 132 degrees; discarded. Lettuce held in the prep cooler was 44 degrees; manager adjusted the setting.

– Jillayne Ritchie