The following York County restaurants were found to have violated Pennsylvania’s health and safety regulations during inspections between Sept. 15-21. Inspections are overseen by the Department of Agriculture. The department notes that in many cases violations are corrected by the restaurant before inspectors leave. 51 N. Main St., Jacobus Date: Sept. 20, 2019 Type: Regular Violations: –Food facility is using Quaternary Sanitizer at an extremely high concentration of more than 400 ppm, not approved in the Code of Federal Regulations for food-contact sanitizing at this level. –Torn rubber door gaskets observed on the under-counter freezer unit. 1101 York St., Hanover Date: Sept. 20, 2019 Type: Regular Violations: –Time in lieu of temperature being used in the food facility to control ready-to-eat potentially hazardous foods (pizza) without written procedures or documentation to verify disposition of food (corrected on site). –Observed dough being stored in garbage bag in walk-in refrigerator (corrected on site). –Observed lunch meat with date marking past seven days, food had mold like substance and is adulterated (corrected on site). –Meatball...