Restaurant Inspections (May 27, 2014)

This information was compiled from reports at the Johnson County Health Department. Reports include the business name, its address, the date of inspection, the number and type of violation and details about critical violations. Critical violations may expose customers to illnesses and typically must be corrected immediately or within days. Noncritical violations, if not corrected, could lead to critical violations or make critical violations more likely to occur. Noncritical violations typically do not have to be corrected until the next inspection. Results are not available to the public until 10 days after the inspection.

Ann’s Restaurant

77 W. Monroe St., Franklin

April 1

Critical: 1. Serving line was not keeping foods at proper temperature.

Noncritical: 4

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