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Event takes place on September 11, 2014 at 5:00 PM until 7:00 PM
City Hall Annex, 20 Korean Veterans Plaza, Room 403, Holyoke, MA 01040

Notice is hereby given that a
Regular Meeting
of the Holyoke Board of Health
will be held on
Thursday, September 11, 2014, at 5:00 p.m., at the
City Hall Annex, 20 Korean Veterans Plaza, Room 403

Holyoke Board of Health Commissioners
Patricia A. Mertes, APRN, Vice Chair
Robert S. Mausel, MD, Clerk
Dalila Hyry-Dermith



A.  Call the meeting to Order:

1.  Patricia A. Mertes, RN, MSN, Vice Chair, call the meeting to order at ________ p.m.

B.  Minutes:

*   Minutes of the Board Meetings held on August 4, 2014 and August 12, 2014.

C.  New Business:

1.  Katherine M. Liptak, RN, MSN, Chair – Termination as Commissioner due to relocation
     in residence
2.  Rotation of titles of Board of Health Commissioners
3.  Status on Animal Control Officer/Inspector of Animals position

D.  Communications:

1.  Letter from Mayor Alex Morse to Brenna M. McGee, City Clerk, RE:  Appointment of Ms.
     Dalila Hyry-Dermith as Commissioner
2.  Letter from Brian D. Fitzgerald, RS, Director, to Kevin Elliott, RE:  Termination as
      Medical Reserve Corps. (MRC) Coordinator
3.  Letter from Peter R. Flood, Project Manager, Green Seal, RE:  Traffic Study,
      UMW Holdings, Inc., 686 Main Street, Holyoke, MA

E.  Old Business: 

1.   Documentation on Sale of Bubble Gum Candy Cigarettes from Mobile Food Units

F.  Departmental Reports:

1.  Housing Code Enforcement
2.  Sanitarian’s Report

G.  Other:

1.  Memorandum from Massachusetts Department of Public Health, RE:  State Supplied
     Vaccine Availability
2.  Flu Clinics to be scheduled for 2014
3.  Newspaper Article – Teen Pregnancy Rates Drop

*  Denotes Action to be taken by the Board

Addendum:  The listing of matters of those reasonable anticipated by the Chair
                        which may be discussed at the meeting.   Not all items may be
                        discussed, and other items not listed may also be brought up
                        for discussion to the extent permitted by law.



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