During the month of September, the Braintree Department of Municipal Licenses and Inspections conducted 50 inspections of establishments in town that serve food. The following is a sampling of violations from those reports.
All public and private schools in Braintree were inspected last month and no violations were found at those locations.
Marybeth McGrath, director of Department of Municipal Licenses and Inspections, said inspectors are encourages to denote positives at their inspections. The reports below only include "critical" violations.
There was one critical violation found in September and 11 non-critical violations.
The reports are as written by Braintree health inspectors and include the date on which the violations were resolved.
Planet Smoothie, Aug. 30
The shop at the South Shore Plaza had flies all over when McGrath inspected, possibly because of plumbing issues. She said a deteriorating/damaged shelf under the sink in front of the prep line should be removed/replaced, a floor drain cleared and a sink designated for employee hand washing. Those issues were resolved upon re-inspection on Sept. 3.