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April 2015 Inspections
AMC Showplace Mattoon 4/13/2015    
Bright Minds Charleston 4/2/2015    
CCAR Charleston 4/22/2015    
Castle Inn Mattoon 4/17/2015    
Charleston Middle School Charleston 4/22/2015    
Cracker Barrel Mattoon 4/13/2015    
Downtown Diner Mattoon 4/13/2015    
House Brothers Mattoon 4/14/2015    
Lake Crest Oakland 4/13/2015    
Lawson Park Mattoon 4/21/2015    
Lucas Grocery Oakland 4/14/2015    
Mark Twain School Charleston 4/17/2015    
Mattoon PADS Mattoon 4/13/2015    
Oakland Senior Center Oakland 4/17/2015    
Pagliacci's Mattoon 4/16/2015    
Peterson Park Mattoon 4/21/2015    
Shinemart Mattoon 4/6/2015    
Siam Thai Charleston 4/15/2015   5/11/2015
Spanky's Saloon Mattoon 4/20/2015    
St. Mary's School Mattoon 4/13/2015    
Time Out Lounge Mattoon 4/27/2015    
White House Cafe Oakland 4/17/2015    

These documents are all .pdf files. You will require a .pdf reader to view them. The inspection score can be found on the lower right hand corner of the first page of the inspection. The Coles County Health Department utilizes a combination of the raw score and their adjusted score. The raw score can range from 0 - 100, with 100 indicating no violations. A facility without any violations is uncommon.  Critical violations are those violations that my increase the risk of a food borne illness. Critical violations are corrected during the inspection, and if that is not possible, a representative of the health department will revisit the facility to ensure those corrections have been made. Repeat violations are those violations that were observed on the previous inspection and have not been corrected. The adjusted score deducts 2 points for each repeat violation. A raw score of 100-75 is passing, however an adjusted score of 100-35 is passing. A failing score is a raw score of 74 or below and an adjusted score of 34 or below. A raw score of 59 or below with an adjusted score below 0 is likely to result in facility closure if the violations cannot be corrected during the inspection. Violations that are corrected during the inspection will still appear on the inspection, but will be noted with "COS,"  "Corrected on Site" or "Corrected during inspection."

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