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Township Offices Closed Monday

Public works pickup will be delayed

The township municipal complex on Chambers Bridge Road will be closed Monday in observance of Dr. Martin Luther King Day.

There will be no public works collection – trash or recycling – and residents' collections will be one day late for the remainder of the week.

Brick schools are open Monday, but have an early dismissal (half day) for students. Students will be let out at their school's assigned early dismissal time.

DennyD January 22, 2013 at 03:39 AM
I am in no way defending anyone. What I am doing is pointing out that the buck stops at the top. I am a registered R. Can anyone out there defend what the Mayor hdittoas done in the past and is still sitting on? We can point fingers at lots of people but that doesn't fix things, it just identifies the culprits. Maybe the only way to go is Independent. Sadly far too many people get elected by default. The last Mayoral race was indicative of that. What was comical was the Mayor actually thought he "won" the election. The last Council election, ditto. It was a matter of people NOT voting for someone as opposed to voting FOR someone. How pathetic was the R ticket to get swept by a bunch of newcomers? I'd still like to know who ran their campaign. Talk about a piece of garbage. One last thing Topps,try spell check. We all make some typos but there are some words that simply do not exist. D
J.JONES January 22, 2013 at 04:17 AM
@Denny D..I think we both agree about the B.S.in town has to stop and The R lost because of pour planning and not taking The Dem's that were running serious..My opinion...If we point fingers we point them at both side's and when someone gets the power they use it to better themselfs and the tax payers get the shaft...Let's hope the people who run for next elections get it right .
clamdigger January 22, 2013 at 04:50 AM
if the last election proved anything it's that any candidate will say anything to get elected and those elected to town council proved quite quickly how fast once in office all campaign promises go out the window.
Brickmom3 January 22, 2013 at 06:53 PM
Equality for everyone... funny 2 of my kids had a 1/2 a day another had a full day & my neighbor was off.... some people had off some people didn't...
Tired of the BS January 23, 2013 at 06:02 PM
Scott, can you please answer this.... When the whole issue of the mayor & other council members "double dipping" & holding two or more jobs came up, the chairperson of the TWU & employee of DPW, (Mr. Menshon) lead the way to save our services, stop double dipping, etc... It is my understanding that he is working for the union now but still receiving pay & benefits from the township. Is this true? And if so, is that double dipping? If he is working for the union & not the DPW, I don't believe he should be getting benefits or pay from my tax dollars. He should be getting that from the union, right? And if it is true, that makes him a huge hypocrite!! Thank you advance for answering this.

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