Robert Casper Jr.
|Address:||65 North Main Street
West Bridgewater, MA 02379
|Hours:||Monday, Tuesday & Thursday 8 A.M. - Noon and 1P. M. - 4 P.M.
Wednesday 8am - 7 pm.
Friday 8 am - Noon.
All meetings will be held on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month @ 6 P.M. in the first floor Conference Room at Town Hall. To be placed on the agenda or to address the Board, you must contact the office no later than 3PM, Monday of the meeting week.
|Darlene Green||Secretary Cell: 508-889-8541|
|Robert Casper Jr.||Health Agent 508-889-8501|
|John Cruz||Chairman 508-328-3630|
|Linda Simpson||Clerk 508-509-6626|
|Brad Piesco||Member 508-944-5578|
THE FIRST CHURCH
BENJAMIN BEAL HOWARD LECTURE
"Substance Abuse Awareness"
Monday, January 8, 2018 @ 7:P.M.
Lieutenant Tim Nixon of the West Bridgewater Police Department has been overseeing
the WEB (Whitman, West, East, Bridgewater) Drug Task force for two years.
He has been a member of that unit for 12 years as a Detective and Supervisor.
'Substance Awareness' is a talk about heroin and opiates.
Lieutenant Nixon will discuss the tendencies, addictive danger of opiates,
and how easy they are to obtain. He will give a small history of the problem
then bring it full circle to how it effects West Bridgewater.
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
2018 Permit Renewals
All permit renewals for 2018 that have not been submitted are now past due. If you have not submitted your documents and fee we urge you do so. If you have questions please contact the office during normal buisness hours.
WEST BRIDGEWATER BOARD OF HEALTH
65 NORTH MAIN STREET
WEST BRIDGEWATER, MA 02379
FAX (508) 894-1214
Remember: The members and staff are dedicated to maintaining a healthy community by protecting the health and well being of our residents and our community's interests through prevention, protection, education and outreach.
The Board of Health office has implemented a Sharps/Lancets program in conjunction with the Fire Department. You may dispose of these items in a laundry detergent bottle at the Fire Dept. Please note that it is illegal to dispose of these items in your trash. Fines can and will be implemented for those found doing this in their trash or disposing of improperly.
The Board of Health Office, offers residents of this community a Septic Betterment Loan Program for those residents whom are not selling their properties and who's septic systems are in failure. The loan is offered at 2% and can be spread over a 5, 10,15 or 20 year period. The advantage of this program is that there is a minimal cost to your contractors for a deposit, but all monies involved in replacing your system can be paid by this program as well as the homeowner can be reimbursed for the out of pocket expenses. The payment of this loan is paid on with your quarterly taxes and is printed on your tax bill. The homeowner is also eligibe for a Tax Credit. Please call the Board of Health office for more information.
The Board of Health office is currently seeking those individuals that would like to be involved with the Emergency Management Program. This program is mandated and help in all aspects ranging from Dr.'s, nurses, dentists, Aids, to persons to assist in document preparations, directing persons where to go in the event of an emergency and more. If you are interested in serving the community in the event of a disaster, please contact the Board of Health office.