BRIELLE — The mayor and borough ouncil declared an emergency for the replacement of a valve at the Brielle Water Plant at their meeting Monday night.
According to Councilman Michael Gianforte, the valve is outdated and in need of replacement.
Councilman Paul Nolan announced that the new flag pole at the library will soon be installed. He also remarked on the wide variety of events that Brielle Recreation offers, such as yoga and organic markets. No other councilmen had committee reports.
Brielle Recreation will next host a Fall Festival on Oct. 15 with festivities beginning at 11 a.m. The Festival will include a chili cook off, disc golf, cornhole and scarecrow stuffing. Residents are encouraged to register for cornhole on Brielle’s Community Pass.
During public comment, two residents brought up the issue of receiving alerts regarding bulk pickup, requesting that the borough adopt a similar notification system using Community Pass such as in Manasquan. Councilman John Visceglia said the council will look into notifying residents of any alerts via text.
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