in Brick Township. Save Barnegat Bay is objecting to a proposal to put 62 attached housing units, a restaurant, and an upgraded marina at Traders Cove Marina at the foot of the Mantoloking Bridge. Read SBB’s objections. ATTEND MEETING OF BRICK OBJECTORS MONDAY, MAY 6 AT THE AMERICAN LEGION HALL, 822 Mantoloking Road, 7:30 PM.
62 attached housing units, a restaurant, and an upgraded marina are proposed at the northwest foot of the Mantoloking Bridge, adjacent to the Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge.
If you live year-round or summer within Brick Township, please write:
401 Chambersbridge Road
Brick, NJ 08723
You may also wish to write Councilman Fred Underwood and Councilman Steve Acropolis at the same address.
Please let your Mayor and Council know the reasons you believe this development is unacceptable. To see some of Save Barnegat Bay’s objections, review our letter to the DEP.
Let Mayor Scarpelli and the Council know that you do not want to live in a city. Please let the Mayor know also that there are better ways to clean up a rundown boatyard than by building a large development.
If you live outside Brick Township, please write:
Land Use Regulatory Program
PO Box 439
Trenton, NJ 08625-0439
You may wish to review Save Barnegat Bay’s letter to Mr. Mauriello at the DEP.
Please let Mr. Mauriello know of the reasons that you object to this excessive development proposal.
Handwritten letters are equally as effective as typed.
If you would like to help Save Barnegat Bay in our effort to stop this development, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone us at 732-830-3600.