This conversation is moderated according to USA TODAY’s community rules. Please read the rules before joining the discussion. Health inspectors typically make two annual inspections to commercial kitchens per year, including restaurants, food trucks, VFW posts and more. (Photo: MachineHeadz, Getty Images/iStockphoto) Oakland County Health Division in August inspected several dozen Farmington and Farmington Hills establishments that serve food to the public and cited 25 for violating priority provisions of the Michigan Modified Food Code.  Priority items, such as correct cooling temperatures and proper food storage methods, help prevent food-borne illness. Priority violations are the most serious of Michigan Modified Food Code infractions. Hometown Life lists local establishments that incurred priority violations during routine monthly restaurant inspections, along with the actions they took to remedy the problem. 1. Observed the following cross contamination: One tray of raw ground meat stored next to one large container of ready to eat food on the bottom shelf of the walk in cooler. After informed, observed the person in charge store the raw animal products below and away...