JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind. — Documents obtained by WHAS11 News show the Clark County Health Department has visited the Rally's on East 10th Street in Jeffersonville several times this year.
The most recent visit was on Monday, two days after workers allegedly walked out and made claims on a handwritten note of unsanitary conditions.
In the most recent inspection, health officials reported some dirt and debris found on the ground in the back shed, but no major violations were recorded.
In regards to claims about pest infestation, the inspector noted that no pest activity was found. Additionally, the documents show the last control treatment was conducted on Oct. 13.
Another treatment was scheduled for Monday and the inspectors found "no further concern" based on the follow-up walk-through.
Back in July, health inspectors said at least one person and a dog were living in a shed on the property. And on Sept. 1, health inspectors found evidence of mice in the employee bathroom and around the kitchen, as well as a live cockroach.
WHAS11 called the Rally's district manager for comment on the walkout, but said he had "no comment." He provided a secondary number to call, but we have not received a response.