Brick mayor cuts fees, restrictions as restaurants prepare for outdoor service

Brick Township is helping local restaurants prepare to start serving outdoors once it's allowed by the state.

News 12 Staff

May 30, 2020, 11:19 AM

Updated 1,418 days ago

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Brick Township is helping local restaurants prepare to start serving outdoors once it's allowed by the state.
Mayor John Ducey says they are eliminating a $150 fee and cutting back restrictions.
He says this will help restaurants set up outside dining quickly.
Several owners of  eateries, including the Mantoloking Road Alehouse, say they already have plans in place.
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