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Former Councilwoman Slated to Become BTMUA Commissioner

Mayor John Ducey and Councilwoman Susan Lydecker (Photo: Daniel Nee)

Mayor John Ducey and Councilwoman Susan Lydecker (Photo: Daniel Nee)

A former township council member is set to become a commissioner on the Brick Township Municipal Utilities Authority board.

Susan Lydecker, a Sanford Road resident, currently serves as an alternate commissioner on the board of the water-sewer utility. The township council will vote Tuesday night on whether to appoint her to a term as a regular member of the board, replacing Joseph Grisanti, who was recently appointed as Brick’s new municipal court judge.

Lydecker’s term would last through Jan. 31, 2020.

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Commissioners with the BTMUA qualify for a taxpayer-funded health benefits package. It is not known whether or not Lydecker will take the package. During her time on the governing body, she did not accept a benefits package, records showed.

Lydecker served on the township council – including a year as council president – for one term which ended Jan. 1, 2016. She decided against running for re-election in 2015.