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Brick Township getting its First Farmers’ Market

Brick Township will open its first-ever Farmers' Market on Saturday, April 25, at Windward Beach Park on Princeton Avenue. 

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Brick’s Proposed Municipal Budget Includes a Nearly Two Cent Tax Hike

Brick taxpayers owning an average $248,000 home would have to pay about $48 dollars more a year under the Township Council’s proposed budget introduced last week, which includes a 1.9 cent tax increase, primarily due to ongoing Super Storm Sandy recovery. 

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Brick Ocean County Library Branch, http://theoceancountylibrary.org/branches/branches.htm
Brick Ocean County Library Branch, http://theoceancountylibrary.org/branches/branches.htm
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Forum on Foodtown Redevelopment

The Friends of Forge Pond NJis holding a public forum Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the Ocean County Library's Brick Branch to discuss its ideas for the former Foodtown site on Route 70. 

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Brick Mayor John Ducey by Townsquare Media's Dianne DeOliveira
Brick Mayor John Ducey by Townsquare Media's Dianne DeOliveira
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Restructuring in Brick Township

"There's actually more to come. This is only three different departments. There used to be six, now there's five, so there's another three departments to go," said Brick Mayor John Ducey, following the Township Council's approval Tuesday night of streamlining the Land Use and Community Development, Recreation and Public Works Departments.

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Brick Township Offering Amnesty for Work Done without Permits

Brick Township residents who did work to their properties before or after super storm Sandy without permits will get a chance to file the proper paper work without being penalized.

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Brick Township is being Sued for Terminating Contract to Redevelop former Foodtown Site

M&M at Route 70, LLC, is suing Brick Township for terminating its contract to redevelop the former Foodtown site, municipal officials announced this week.

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