Health Officer, Dr. Glen Belnay, Retires After 45 Years of Service

Pictured: Dr. Glen Belnay and Mayor Frank DelCore

The Hillsborough Township Committee recognized Dr. Glen Belnay for his outstanding service to Hillsborough Township for the past 45 years during the February 12th Township Committee Meeting. The Township Committee, along with all the municipal employees, thank Dr. Glen Belnay for his service to the residents of Hillsborough and wish him well in all of his future endeavors.

Long time Hillsborough resident Dr. Glen Belnay has diligently worked for Hillsborough Township for 45 years. He is a licensed Health Officer, licensed professional planner, AICP certified and holds an advanced specialty certification in environmental planning. He has a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science, a master’s degree in City and Regional Planning and a doctorate in Environmental Planning and Policy from Rutgers University.

Dr. Belnay has been an adjunct faculty member at Rutgers Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy for over 20 years, teaching graduate and undergraduate students the Public Health, Planning, and Public Policy disciplines. He received the Jerome Rose Distinguished Teaching Award from Rutgers University.

Dr. Belnay has served Hillsborough Township in various capacities beginning with the Registered Environmental Health Specialist in 1974. He also served as Health Officer, Planning Director and Recreation and Social Services Director. For the past 42 years he has served as the Health Officer.

Dr. Belnay was awarded the NJ Municipal Managers Association Dr. Thomas Davy Academic Achievement Award. He has has served as a lead person for many high profile projects and resolving customer service conflicts for residents and is viewed within the municipality as well as by surrounding municipalities as a subject matter expert in many areas of health and environmental issues.

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