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Developer to Host Informal Meeting With Neighbors to Discuss Wawa Proposal

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The revised plan for a Wawa and quick-serve restaurant at Route 70 and Duquesne Boulevard. (Courtesy: John Jackson)
The revised plan for a Wawa and quick-serve restaurant at Route 70 and Duquesne Boulevard. (Courtesy: John Jackson)

An announcement from Brick 70 Investors, LLC, which has proposed a Wawa and restaurant space at the intersection of Route 70 and Duquesne Boulevard in Brick:

Brick 70 Investors, LLC  invites all interested members of the public to an informal meeting at Brick Town Hall in the main conference room at 5:30 pm on November 29th with regard to proposal to build a WaWa on Route 70.

We will provide coffee and donuts. Our engineer and principals of our company will be available to answer questions and to go over the plans in an informal setting.

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Town hall is located at 401 Chambers Bridge Road, Brick.


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  • Nan

    Isn’t this ‘precious?’ This meeting should be an Open Public Meeting for all to hear because it does concern/affect all residents of Brick.

    This is the same tactic I witnessed in the early days in of this century. Hide the information at then a Council Caucus meeting held in the Conference Room for which there was only coverage in local papers.

    This is concurrent with the “info gathering” being held in Civic Plaza re Pedestrians and Bicycles.

    Dirty tactics same as in the bad old days of Scarpelli. Wise Up People.

    • 205167117

      It’s open to the public and announced. Did you read the article?

      • Cayde

        Why would anyone actually read the article? If they did their ignorance probably wouldn’t show.

  • 205167117

    I’m going just to see them put out non-Wawa donuts and coffee.

  • Frank Rizzo

    An hasidic temple will fit just nicely there…and so will high density housings at the defunct Target store someday

    • Cayde

      Careful now, your anti semitism is showing…

  • Exit91b

    Why did township allow the developer to use the Town Hall to hold their private, non-official meeting? Shouldn’t the developer been required to rent a hall somewhere to have this meeting?