Manasquan hires new borough employees

Manasquan Borough Hall. FILE PHOTO

MANASQUAN — Manasquan Council made several appointments to borough positions at its Monday, Dec. 30 meeting.

Councilmen Jeff Lee and Richard Read noted the hiring of three Manasquan residents, both agreeing that it is nice to hire locally.

Keara Homan was appointed to the clerk II position in the municipal clerk’s office. Denver White and Joseph Waldeyer were appointed as full-time laborers in the borough’s department of public works.

“I wanted to thank council and the mayor for the support of the local residents,” Councilman Jeff Lee said. “It’s always nice when you get a chance to hire locally.”

“I’d like to second Councilman Lee’s words there. It’s good to see local people, talented people, get hired here in the borough,” Councilman Richard Read added.

“Those hires are a result of a rigorous hiring process, so we’ve got talent in town,” said Tom Flarity, borough administrator.

Other appointments include Glen Brown to part-time electrical inspector, electrical subcode, fire inspector and fire subcode official; and Chris Tucker and David Kircher to three-year terms as emergency management coordinator and deputy emergency management coordinator, respectively.

Courtney Hogan was re-appointed as the borough tax collector and Amy Spera was re-appointed as the certified financial officer. Both positions carry a four-year term ending on Dec. 31, 2023.

The council accepted the resignation of Jodie Mayer from the position of clerk II and accepted the retirement of Mark Hyer from his position of electrical inspector with the Manasquan Construction and Code Department.


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