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Brick Council Appoints New Zoning Board, MUA Members

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The logo of Brick Township, N.J. (Photo: Daniel Nee)
The logo of Brick Township, N.J. (Photo: Daniel Nee)

The Brick Township council this week appointed members to the township’s Zoning Board of Adjustment as well as a new commission to the Brick Township Municipal Utilities Authority.

The zoning board, which often handles controversial variance applications, will be served by David Chadwick (four year term), Frank Mizer (four year term), Dawn Marie White (four year term), Carl Anderson (two year alternate term) and Michele Strassheim (two year alternate term).

The council also appointed a new commissioner at the Brick Township Municipal Utilities Authority. William Neafsey was appointed to a five year term as a full member of the board.

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Two alternate members, Sandra P. Hawthorne-Tormey and Jason Kiernan, were appointed as alternate members to fill unexpired terms that end at the conclusion of 2020 and 2019, respectively.


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  • ThatGuy

    What is it that MUA commissioners do again??

    • Global Warming is a Hoax

      Recieve cadillac health benefits, collect paycheacks and accumulate pension credits for 12 meetings a year.

      • Nan

        Yes, but what was their original purpose. These are unelected cronies of the Administration with vetting and not having any requirements. They do not act in the interests of the citizens. Gov wants US to do everything via technology. Ask to have auto payments deducted without charge as I do with all utilities and now even property taxes.

        Wise UP, Rise UP and take back OUR Rights.

  • Frank Rizzo

    Why cant we elect the MUA commissioner like the fire commissioners do.