Friday, May 10, 2013
The City Council has authorized additional funds for a part-time health and pool inspector.
The City Council voted Monday to authorize the transfer of $22,614 to provide additional support for inspections for food service and pools. "We have 42 pools we inspect," said Board of Health Administrator Robert Landry of the need for the internal transfer that will allow the inspections to be made. The funds will pay for a part-time temporary position through the end of June, he said. The person will make both health and pool inspections. With the beginning of the warm weather it is time to make those pool inspections, which are roughly 1/3 hotel and the rest seasonal. Every pool is inspected one or more times a year, said Landry.
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
From fast food to a new restaurant; we have the latest health inspections from Marlborough
The following health inspections were conducted by the Marlborough Board of Health. The board does not give a letter grade for inspections. Burger King 484 Boston Post Road East Owner: Northeast Foods Violations: 4 Notes: The beverage station at the drive-thru had crew members touching the inside of the lids with their hands. Lids were stored in the soda machine opening. Glove usage was good. Sanitizer along with hot and cold holding of food was good. The handwashing procedure was correct. The restrooms were found to be very cold at 52 degrees. Tailgater’s Grille 757 Boston post Road Owner: Kimberly Gehlert Person in Charge: Chris Rotti Violations: 1 Notes: “Good job.” Handwashing was done properly. During an earlier inspection the …
Friday, November 30, 2012
See whether your favorite fast food restaurant made the grade with the health inspections from Dunkin Donuts, Subway and Wendy's.
Wendy’s Violations: 0 Notes: This inspection took place right before the newly redesigned restaurant opened for business. The inspection took place with no violations. Dunkin Donuts (199 Lakeside Ave.) Violations: 0 Notes: The inspection was completed following a renovation. Among the inspectors notes are that a very nice job was done. The sanitizer levels were good and the temperature of the handwashing sink was perfect. Subway (237 Boston post Road) Violations: 1 Notes: The one violation the restaurant received was corrected during the visit. The tuna was being heated by the paddle used to place sandwiches in and out of the toaster. The tuna was thrown out and a new place for the paddle located.
Monday, October 29, 2012
There are things other than a Hurricane going on in Marlborough today and we have them here.
1. As we hunker down to ride out the landfall of a Hurricane, you might remember last year's Halloween spoiling snowstorm. It was dubbed Snowtober and left many without power. 2. The City Council is set to discuss $2.6 million in additional funds to the public schools tonight. With a number of necessary functions wrapped up in these funds the discussion is an important one. 3. Did you see our collection of Craigslist postings over the weekend? What about the log of police activity over at Solomon Pond Mall? 4. The sheriff was around to clean up the town recently. It sounds like a western, but work crews of inmates helped clean up the city and the Middlesex Sheriff was in town to discuss their work. 5. Did your school's kitchen make the …