Kingwood Township Seal

Kingwood Township
Physical Address: 599 Oak Grove Road and Route 519, Frenchtown NJ 08825
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 199 Baptistown, NJ 08803-0199
Phone: 908-996-4276  Fax: 908-996-7753

   
Board of Health

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Members 2017
Position
Name
Term Length
Term Expires
Governing Body Member
Phil Lubitz
1 year
12/31/17
Citizen Member (Chair)
James R. Golden
4 years
12/31/20
Citizen Member
Vacant
4 years
12/31/17
Citizen Member
Irena Kyd
4 years
12/31/20
Citizen Member (Vice Chair)
Richard Phillips
        
4 years
12/31/18
Alternate # 1,
Patricia Mikes
2 years
12/31/18
Alternate # 2
Nancy Marmorato
2 years
12/31/17


Board Information
The Board of Heath meets on the 3rd Wednesday of the month at 7:30 pm at the Municipal Building.
Purpose:  To regulate health issues.
Secretary:  Diane Laudenbach     
Phone:  908-996-3696 x 226
Hours:  M,W,F 9:00 am - 3:00 pm & Tues 4:30-7:00 pm
Attorney:  Katrina L. Campbell, Lavery, Selvaggi, Abromitis & Cohen, PC
Engineer:  Thomas Decker, VanCleef Engineering Assoc.
Members:  5 members plus 2 alternates
Meeting schedule for 2017:

Please take notice that the regular meetings of the Kingwood Township Board of Health shall be held during the calendar year of 2017 beginning at 7:30 PM, prevailing time, on the second Thursday of every month, at the Kingwood Township Municipal Building located on County Road 519 and Oak Grove, in Kingwood Township, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, unless rescheduled in conformity with the Open Public Meetings Act:

February 15, 2017
March 15, 2017          
April 19, 2017                  
May 17, 2017             
June 21, 2017                   
July 19, 2017                   
August 16, 2017
September 20, 2017
October 18, 2017
November 15, 2017
December 20, 2017
Use the OPRA form if you desire minutes or documents that are not on the website.



Minutes (to be posted after approval):
2015 Minutes:
September - no meeting
December - no meeting
2014 Minutes:
2013 Minutes:
February - no meeting
April - no regular meeting
August - no meeting
February - no meeting
October - no meeting

2012 Minutes:
2011 Minutes:
March - No meeting
June - No meeting
July - No meeting
Nov - No meeting
Dec - No meeting
June - No meeting
July - No meeting
Aug - No meeting
Nov - No meeting
Dec - No meeting
2010 Minutes:
2009 Minutes:
September - No meeting
November - No meeting
December - No meeting
February - No meeting
November - No meeting
December - No meeting
2008 Minutes:
2007 Minutes:
February - No meeting
March - No meeting
September - No meeting
October - No meeting
December - No meeting
January - No meeting
March - No meeting
September - No meeting
December - No meeting
2006 Minutes:
2005 Minutes:
January - no meeting
 May - no meeting
July - no meeting
August - no meeting
September - no meeting
November - no meeting
January - no meeting
May - no meeting
June - no meeting
July - no meeting
December - no meeting


Links and Documents
Kingwood Board of Health Ordinances:  
Part III of the Township Code, Board of Health Legislation, includes:
Chapter 135:  General Provisions
Chapter 141:  Garbage, Rubbish and Refuse
Chapter 147:  Nuisances, Public Health
Chapter 153:  Sewage Disposal Systems; Nonpublic water systems and wells
Chapter 157:  Swine
Kingwood Board of Health Forms:
Hunterdon County Department of Health:

Coliform Bacteria in Drinking Water Fact Sheet  (includes chlorination procedure)

Information:
Rabies:

Most Human Rabies Treatments Avoidable - a message from John Beckley, Hunterdon County Health Officer
More than once every year, a number of county residents are referred by their physicians for a series of injections to protect against possible rabies infection after getting involved with a rabid or suspect rabid animal. Regrettably, many of these treatments could have been avoided if the person just took some simple precautions. Read More

        

Environmentally Safe Disposal of Prescription Drugs:  Over the counter and prescription medications should not be disposed down the drain because septic systems are not designed to remove pharmaceutical compounds and they may end up in your local waterways, and may eventually be found in your drinking water. Properly disposing of unwanted and expired prescriptions and over-the-counter medications in the trash promotes a healthy aquatic environment and prevents accidental poisoning and intentional abuse. What should you do?







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