Staff

Susan LumenelloDirector of Public Health

Susan Lumenello, REHS/RS, CHMM

The mission of the Burlington Board of Health is to protect and promote the public health, to protect the natural environment, to respond to public health emergencies and to serve the citizens of the Town of Burlington. The Board of Health initiates, provides and enforces federal, state mandated and non-mandated programs, including:

  • Direct services to individuals and groups
  • Inspections
  • Investigation of complaints
  • Issuance of permits
  • Provision of public health education

Christine MathisEnvironmental Engineer

Christine Mathis

The Environmental Engineer administers and enforces environmental bylaws, regulations and policies that have been established to protect the health and welfare of the citizens of Burlington and the local environment.

This is accomplished by:

  • Monitoring the existing environmental contamination present in town
  • Conducting inspections
  • Promoting programs and policies to prevent further environmental releases from occurring

Marlene JohnsonHealth Agent

Marlene Johnson

The Health Agent is responsible for the inspection of:

  • Camps
  • Corporate cafeterias
  • Daycare food service
  • Elderly feeding sites
  • Hospital food service
  • Mobile food vendors
  • Public and semi public swimming pools
  • Restaurants
  • Retail food stores
  • School cafeterias
  • Tanning establishments

Inspections are conducted twice a year on most establishments for compliance with state and local regulations. The Health Agent is called upon to investigate suspect foodborne illness complaints and general nuisances.

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Chris PaulikPublic Health Nurse

Chris Paulik

As the role of Public Health Nursing evolves, the Board of Health Nursing Office is continually evaluating the programs offered to better serve the community of Burlington. Our services (interventions) will continue to be aimed at health promotion and disease prevention with the goal of improving and protecting the health of the Burlington community.

Based on the assessed needs of the community our interventions will be population and individual focused, and will be specifically planned to produce desired outcomes to reflect the health needs and priorities of the Burlington community.

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Samantha HardyAssociate Health Inspector

Samantha Hardy

The Associate Health Inspector is responsible for inspecting the following, to enforce compliance with state and local regulations:

  • Corporate cafeterias
  • Daycare food service
  • Hospital food service
  • Mobile food vendors
  • Nursing and assisted living homes
  • Recreational camps
  • Restaurants
  • Retail food stores
  • School cafeterias
  • Tanning establishments
  • Tobacco and tobacco product establishments

The Associate Health Inspector may also investigate suspect foodborne illness, housing, and nuisance complaints as needed.

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