LAVALLETTE — As the countdown down to summer begins, the borough of Lavallette appointed new enforcement officers, lifeguards, and beach badge members at the Monday night council meeting on May 22.
Council members also passed resolutions for facilities use applications, infrastructure repairs and a proclamation recognizing May 21 through the 27 as National Volunteer Week. June 17 marks the official start of summer as beach badges, recreational badges, parking stickers and lifeguard hours take effect.
Entry Level Enforcement Officer Austin Giesell and Part-Time Code Enforcement Officer Frank Poerio were appointed, bringing the police squad to full capacity, according to Mayor Lacicero, and ensuring adequate coverage during the busy summer period.
The borough also appointed Jack Caucino as the Lifeguard Captain and Pam Causino as the Badge Checker Supervisor. 46 other lifeguard and lifeguard officer appointments as part of their comprehensive preparations. Lifeguards will be on duty daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. starting June 17.
The Beach Badge Office has approved the employment of five individuals, effective June 12. The new members of the Badge Office Staff are as follows: Lexi Sierfeld, Catherine Barkalow, Brooke Meeker, Carol Nierstedt and Isabella Lowe.
Mr. Bennett announced the availability of new recreation badges for the 2023 season. These badges can be obtained for a fee of $50 at the borough hall starting from May 23rd and grant access to both the pickleball and tennis court facilities.
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