The Clark County Health Inspector conducted routine inspections for the month of September.
The findings are as follows:

The Clark County Health Inspector conducted routine inspections for the month of September.
The findings are as follows:
• Andy’s, 2927 W. Pine St.
It was reported that wiping cloths must be kept in a sanitizing solution when not in use. Spray bottles were required to have a label baring a common name, which was corrected. A hot holding temperature setting had to be increased and the floors in the kitchen's cooler and freezer needed cleaning.
• Happyland Child Care Center, 2012 Pine St.
The only infraction concerning a dirty can opener was corrected. Instructions were issued advising that the can opener must be washed and sanitized after every four hours of use.
• Western Sizzlin, 106 W.P. Malone Dr.
Certain buffet line items were not held at the proper temperature. This violation was rectified.
• Los Agaves, 104 Malvern Rd.
Wiping cloths were reportedly being kept on food prep surfaces. This infraction was fixed. An open drink container was found in the prep area.
• Cracker Barrel, 173 Valley Rd.
In a prep table, a cheese container was kept atop a sliced tomato container. This, according to the inspector, hindered the maintenance of the required cold holding temperature.
Food particles were discovered on knives being kept on a magnetic wall holder. Muffins were found on top of an ice machine.The ware washing machine was not getting the proper temperature to properly sanitize dishes. All infractions were corrected. In addition,the kitchen floor's cleaning frequency had to be increased.
• Benvenuti, 2607 Caddo St. Ste. 1
A magnetic knife holder was dirty and thus corrected. It was reported that wiping cloths must be kept in a sanitizing solution when not in use and a cleaning bottle was labeled. It was advised that a can opener must be washed and sanitized for every four hours of use. Also, pizza boxes needed to be removed from the bare floor.
• Los Agaves, 1303 Pine St.
An open employee drink container in the prep area was found. In addition, a dish machine was not roperly sanitizing, wiping cloths were being kept on food prep areas and an ice scoop was found to be stored incorrectly. All infractions were corrected.