This conversation is moderated according to USA TODAY’s community rules. Please read the rules before joining the discussion. Restaurant inspectors visit restaurants to ensure safe conditions related to handling and cooking food. (Photo: Peopleimages, Getty Images) Wayne County food inspectors pay unannounced visits to restaurants, schools, festivals, street fairs, houses of worship and other places that serve food to the public. Hometown Life takes a look at priority items — those that are considered the most serious — each month, with this installment focusing on violations from August. Here’s a look at the priority violations in August in the Wayne/Westland area, as listed on the website used by Wayne County. 2. Observed chlorine solution below 50 ppm at dish wash machine. The concentration of chlorine solution must be 50-100 ppm to effectively sanitize dishes and silverware. Use sanitizing compartment of 3-compartment sink to sanitize dishes until dish machine is repaired. 3. Observed beef stew and soup on kitchen steam table at 130*f. Potentially hazardous food being hot held must be held at 41*f. Food was reheated to 165*f and hot held at 141*f during inspecti...