Interim Inspection Policy during COVID-19 Declared State of Emergency
12/12/19: The state’s Public Health Council yesterday approved new regulations that restrict the sale of nicotine vaping and flavored vaping and tobacco products. This action follows the Legislature’s passing and Governor Charlie Baker’s signing into law An Act Modernizing Tobacco Control, which provided the Massachusetts Department of Public Health with additional authority to regulate access to tobacco and electronic nicotine delivery systems, including vapes. With yesterday’s actions, the Governor’s temporary statewide ban on the sale of vaping products in place since September is no longer in effect. Please visit the left blue sidebar and select "Vaping" for more information.
Board of Health 2021-2022 Meeting Schedule:
|MEETINGS BEGIN AT 5:00 pm.
Please note: Meetings will be held in the 2nd Floor Conference Room (next to the Mary Connolly Rm) 136 Elm Street, unless otherwise noted.*
Meeting dates are subject to change.
*In keeping with the ongoing Emergency Order from Governor Charlie Baker to limit gatherings and maximize social distancing, and under legislation passed to address remote board meetings during the emergency declaration, meetings are currently being conducted over Zoom. Attendance by Board/Commission members will be remote and remote attendance shall count toward quorum. The meeting will be broadcast live and recorded on ECAT.
Board of Health:
|Aria Zayas||Vice Chair||2024|
BOARD OF HEALTH staff:
A local Public Health professional for over 14 years, Mark holds a Bachelor's Degree in Environmental Management from Bridgewater State University. He has also served his local community as a Member of The Stoughton Board of Health for 4 years. He is certified as Registered Sanitarian by The State of Massachusetts and as a Registered Environmental Health Specialist/Registered Sanitarian by the National Environmental Health Association. He is certified by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as a Soil Evaluator and Title 5 System Inspector. He is also certified as Pool Operator, Food Manager & Lead Determinator. He has received two prevention of mosquito-borne disease awards from the Department of Public Health. He is a member of the following professional associations: NEHA, MEHA, and MHOA.
A local Public Health professional for over 12 years. Tim holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Hospitality Management from Florida International University. He is certified by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as a Soil Evaluator & Title 5 System Inspector. He is also certified as a Pool Operator, Serv Safe Food Manager and Food Protection. He is a member of the following professional associations: MHOA.
A local Public Health professional for over 20 years, Kristin holds a Bachelor's Degree in Biology from the University of Massachusetts- Dartmouth. Kristin recently completed a certificate program offered by the Local Public Health Institute of Massachusetts in Public Health Practices. She is certified as Registered Sanitarian by The State of Massachusetts and as a Registered Environmental Health Specialist/Registered Sanitarian by the National Environmental Health Association. She is certified by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as a Soil Evaluator and Title 5 System Inspector. She is also certified as Pool Operator, Food Manager & a Lead Determinator. She is a member of the following professional associations: NEHA, MEHA, and MHOA.
|Kristin Kennedy, REHS/RS||Director, Health & Community Services|
|Tim Meyers||Health Inspector|
|Mark Taylor, REHS/RS||Health Inspector|
|Nicole Falcon||Administrative Assistant|
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