Two Brick Residents Appointed as BTMUA Commissioners

Two commissioners' terms expire this week

Photo: Daniel Nee
Photo: Daniel Nee
Two township residents have been appointed by the Brick Township council to serve as commissioners of the Brick Township Municipal Utilities Authority.

Thomas C. Curtis, of Red Cedar Drive, and James C. Bayard, of Albermarle Road, were appointed at the Jan. 28 council meeting. They replace Patrick L. Bottazzi and John M. Ciocco, whose terms as commissioners will expire Jan. 31.

Bottazzi and Ciocco had both been appointed by Republican-led township councils. Ciocco unsuccessfully ran for a seat on the council in 2013.

Both Curtis and Bayard will serve a five year term, which will expire Jan. 31, 2019.
Sean Conneamhe January 30, 2014 at 12:33 PM
Brick January 30, 2014 at 12:37 PM
Isn't bayard a republican? The dems need to do better vetting
Andy Pat January 31, 2014 at 08:12 AM
I do not know either. However, they can be no worse than the pizza man/bar keep that soaked up 20 years worth of benefits and gave his daughter in law a $100/year package at the MUA. Oh yeah, and made a shady bank deal to get a $1million loan.
Mrgrumpass February 11, 2014 at 09:02 AM
Why hasn’t the patch ran a story on the new council appointed Brick Township Housing Authority Commissioner, Councilmen Fozmen’s controller Mrs. Vera Fozmen?


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