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Statewide Travel Ban in Effect at 11pm

The State of New Jersey Office of Emergency Management has issued a Statewide Travel Ban starting at 11pm this evening and continuing until further notice.  The ban prohibits any non-essential vehicles and personnel from being on any public roads.  To read the complete text of the ban, please visit this 1.26.2015

Winter Storm Update

We are expecting a major winter storm of possible historic proportions tonight into tomorrow. We are urging all residents to shelter in a safe location and stay off roads beginning this evening. Residents are reminded to remove all cars and objects from township streets to assist with our snow removal efforts.

The Township will activate a call...


A Message from Mayor Ducey Regarding the Winter Storm

We have spent the bulk of today making our final preparations for the impending Blizzard.  By all indications, this is going to be a significant storm and potentially one of historic proportions.  I encourage all citizens to take this storm very seriously, shelter in a safe place to the greatest extent possible and avoid traveling as driving...


Senior Outreach Services Activities Cancelled on January 22

Due to inclement weather, all activities scheduled for Thursday, January 22 at the Senior Outreach Serivces Center, 373 Adamston Road, have been cancelled.


Paul Mummolo to Serve as Council President in 2015

At their annual reorganization meeting on January 6, the Township Council selected Paul Mummolo to serve as the Council President for 2015 and Heather deJong to serve as Vice-President.

“I am honored to serve as Council President and look forward to working with the Mayor and my fellow councilmembers this year. We have a lot of important work...


Mayor Terminates Foodtown Contract Because of Delays and Response is Lawsuit

Mayor John G. Ducey and the Township Council has terminated the agreement for the redevelopment of the former Foodtown site in an effort to move the stagnant project forward.  In response, M&M at Route 70, LLC, the firm chosen in 2009 by the previous governing body to redevelop the site, has filed a law suit to prevent the...


Mayor Ducey Recaps 2014 in Latest Talking Brick

The latest episode of Talking Brick with Mayor Ducey is available to listen to online.  In this episode, Mayor Ducey and Brick Townsip Business Administrator Joanne Bergin discuss some of the many accomplishments of 2014.

Talking Brick with Mayor Ducey is Mayor Ducey's online talk show.  Every episode, Mayor Ducey and his guest will discuss...


Township Recognizes Recycling Bulletin Board Contest Winners

Mayor John Ducey and the Township Council honored the winners of the Recycling Bulletin Board Contest at the December 9 Council Meeting.  The contest was held in conjunction with America Recycles Day on November 15 and was coordinated by Council Vice President Jim Fozman, Chairman of the Council Recycling Committee, Township Recycling Coordinator Patricia Totaro.  Mayor Ducey proclaimed December 12, 2014...


Mayor Seeks Residents Interested in Serving on Boards/Committees

Mayor John Ducey is asking any citizen interested on serving as a member on one of the township’s various boards or committees to submit a resume and cover letter to his office.

“These boards not only play an important role in shaping our...


Mayor Ducey’s Online Show Recognized at Conference

Mayor John Ducey’s online talk show – Talking Brick with Mayor John Ducey - was recently awarded Best Special/Innovative Media in the annual Municipal Public Information Contest.  The contest is run by...

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