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Brick to Select New Public Works Director

Brick Public Works (Photo: Daniel Nee)
Brick Public Works (Photo: Daniel Nee)

Brick Township’s longtime public works director, Glenn Campbell, retired this week, Mayor John Ducey said, with another supervisor in charge until a permanent director is found.

Campbell had been with the township for 17 years, according to township records. He earned $128,774 in 2015, according to the latest available state pension records.

Ducey said Brick will publicly advertise the position and seek resumes from those who hold a Public Works Manager certificate from the state. The advertisement will be placed in public sector trade publications, such as the newsletter of the New Jersey League of Municipalities.


“We’re expecting a pretty big variety of applicants,” Ducey said. “We will pool people together and have interviews.”

The appointment will not occur until well after the new year. In the interim, Ken Mathis, a supervisor, is leading the department.

  • Bill Clinton is a Rapist!

    Please start the new director at a much lower salary and let them work their way up the salary scale.
    The Public Works used to operate like a police department. You started out at the bottom and rose through the ranks. Workers, forman, supervisors, Director. Is that no longer the case?

  • Frank Rizzo

    Why not just let this guy run it then..if he can do it for 4 months…why not hire him

  • Surfrider

    If the supervisor filling in is doing a good job, wouldn’t this be clearly the best choice? I know it would be if I were in charge……I guess the position is a political one, another one of those politico appointed? Plus as many have said, its a great way to save some money, and restructure the position monetarily. Until we knock down some of these high managerial jobs hi-lo salaries, this town is never gonna be a fairly taxed community. What does the supervisor make, would it make sense to split the difference, start him there, and make the hi for the position that much less than it is now. Just saying……..