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Brick Mayor Seeking Citizens Interested in Serving on Boards, Committees

The Brick Township municipal complex. (Photo: Daniel Nee)

The Brick Township municipal complex. (Photo: Daniel Nee)

If you’ve ever wanted to have a seat at the table in helping to shape Brick Township, there are openings on several boards and committees that serve various areas of expertise.

Any citizen interested on serving as a member on one of the township’s various boards or committees should send an email with a resume and cover letter to Mayor John Ducey before or on Friday, Dec. 17, the mayor said in an e-mail.

“These boards not only play an important role in shaping our community, they offer citizens the opportunity to give back and help move Brick Township forward,” Ducey said. “I encourage any person interested in serving our community to send their resume to my office this week. Every person will be considered and we will make every effort to make sure everyone who would like to serve has the opportunity to do so.”

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There are upcoming appointments available for the following boards/committees:

  • Environmental Commission – Responsible for the protection, development and use of natural resources, including water resources located within the township.
  • Board of Adjustment – Primary function is to review and decide on applications for a variance.
  • Sustainable Brick – Mission is to advise the Township Council on ways to improve municipal operations with green initiatives which are economically and environmentally sound through research and evaluation.
  • Trap/Neuter/Return – Works to control the feral cat population in Brick Township by helping feral cat colony caretakers spay, neuter and vaccinate their feral cats.

“Anyone interested in serving should send their resume with a cover letter by December 17 to make sure they are considered,” said Ducey.

Resumes and cover letters should be emailed to no later than 5 p.m. on Dec. 17.  While efforts will be made to place citizens on requested boards, it will not be possible in all instances due to availability, the announcement said.

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