Cranbury Board of Health Discusses Health Inspections and Plans for Vaccination Clinics
The Cranbury Board of Health meeting revealed an array of public health concerns and initiatives, with the attention primarily focusing on recent health inspections and planned vaccination clinics.
A key discussion point was the health inspection at several establishments, including Teddy’s and Love Your Dog Daycare. Natalie M. Fanelli, a board member, reported that Teddy’s received a satisfactory rating following an inspection. However, she highlighted that remedial actions were needed at Love Your Dog Daycare, which was rated conditionally satisfactory. Fanelli also discussed a bedbug complaint at the Statebridge Suites, which she is currently investigating to ensure the issue has been adequately addressed.
In a proactive approach to public health, the board discussed future vaccination clinics. Despite budget constraints, the board is committed to organizing the next vaccine clinic in January. However, the board acknowledged that funds for additional signage may not be available for the upcoming clinic.
Further, the board set a tentative date for a rabies clinic on January 20th, and expressed their desire to continue these efforts throughout the year. The board also discussed plans for the fall vaccination clinic and the importance of community involvement in these events.
Board member expiration was also addressed, with members Laura Zurfluh and Roopinder Grewal expressing their intent to continue serving. Questions arose concerning the role and knowledge of Michael Lupovici, the township physician. The board agreed on inviting Lupovici to the next meeting to discuss his role and contribution to the community.
In other matters, the Mayor’s Wellness campaign was discussed, with suggestions to establish a calendar of wellness events for the community. The board agreed that while compiling the calendar requires considerable effort, it would be beneficial for promoting wellness in the township.
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Michael J. Ferrante
Board of Health Officials:
Natalie M. Fanelli, Donna Wyckoff, Laura Zurfluh, Roopinder Grewal, Maureen Rafferty, Eugene McDermott, Wesley Markham, Kevin A. Van Hise (Attorney), Michael Lupovici (Township Physician), Lisa Knierim