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VENTURA COUNTY ROUNDUP | Countywide

Health Inspectors Close Restaurants

October 29, 2000|MATT SURMAN

The following Ventura County establishments were closed recently after unsanitary conditions were identified by county Environmental Health Division inspectors. Information is as of Friday:

* Los Molcajetes Restaurant, 124 E. 5th St., Oxnard; unsanitary conditions; closed Tuesday and reopened Thursday.

* 7-Eleven Food Store, 1773 Thousand Oaks Blvd., Thousand Oaks; rodent infestation, unsanitary conditions; closed Oct. 18 and reopened Oct. 20.

* Johnny P's, 951 S. Westlake Blvd., Suite 114/116, Westlake; cockroach infestation, unsanitary conditions; closed Oct. 17 and reopened Oct. 18.

* Europa Foods, 1750 Los Angeles Ave., Unit G, Simi Valley; flies, cockroach infestation, unsanitary conditions; closed Oct. 17 and reopened Oct. 18.

* Jack in the Box, 306 S. Palm Ave., Santa Paula; sewage overflowing within facility; closed and reopened Oct. 13.

The division lists closures on a Web site updated daily. The address is http://www.ventura.org/env_hlth/closure.htm.

Restaurants are permitted to reopen once the problems are fixed.

For questions or to report a complaint, call the Environmental Health Division at 654-2813 or (800) 660-5474. The switchboard operates from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

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