The budget presented by the Brick Township Council might have no tax rate increase or reduction of services, however Brick Mayor Steve Acropolis believes the Council’s plan does little of what they campaigned on.
With the deadline from the Division of Community Affairs looming, the Brick Township Council presented its version of the 2012 municipal budget, retaining the department of public works and keeping the tax rate stable.
It's been a battle brewing in Brick Township for quite some time. Yet both Republican Mayor Stephen Acropolis and the mostly Democratic Council are working hard to try and keep the Department of Public Works intact and 77 staffers on the payroll.
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