More than 99 percent of the restaurants in Glendora passed the most recent Los Angeles County Department of Public Health's food inspections, earning an "A" grade from the agency.
One local spot didn't measure up, however.
Lady's Donuts on W. Route 66 received a "B" grade from the health department, the only place in town to do so, according to online records. No other restaurants received a grade worse than a "B," according to county data.
The LACDPH reports that Lady's Donuts had the following violations during an inspection on July 20, 2012:
- Improper holding of food outside the specified temperature range of 50 degrees to 130 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Improperly covered/labeled/elevated dispenser - disrepair/unapproved supplies/missing/empty
- Non-food contact surfaces - not clean (minor)
- Cockroaches - No active infestation (minor)
- Sink and fixtures/supply line - leaking/not clean/disrepair
- Violations involving the condition of the equipment, utensils, shelving, or cabinets
- Violations involving refrigeration, probe, or warewashing thermometers
- Violations involving walls, ceilings, and floors.
- Violations involving the possible entrance of vermin, including rodents, and insects.
Lady's Donuts had received an "A" on two previous inspections before the July one, according to the health department.