Anonymous Letter to Brick Officials Cites “Reign of Terror”, “Toxic Workplace” at Town Hall by Democrats

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Brick Mayor John Ducey swearing his oath of allegiance before Governor Phil Murphy. Photo by Brick Township.

BRICK-An anonymous letter, claimed to have been sent by an anonymous township worker has raised eyebrows around Brick Township.   Until now, the contents of the letter remained a mystery to the public, but Shore News Network also anonymously  received the letter along with Mayor John Ducey and other high level officials within the Brick Township government.

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The existence of the letter was brought before the public at Tuesday night’s council meeting by Councilman James Fozman who suggested the township should investigate the claims alleged in the letter.    Township Attorney Scott W. Kenneally  confirmed the letter had been sent to several elected officials and that he has read the letter himself, but did not say who received the letter.

The open letter criticized Mayor John Ducey and Business Administrator Joanne Bergin, claiming both use their township positions for political purposes and as a form of punishment against those who do not adhere to the Ducey Administration’s Democrat driven agenda.

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The letter also claims Bergin engaged in workplace electioneering during public work hours.

Below is a copy of the letter which was sent anonymously to elected officials in Brick, also received anonymously by Shore News Network.

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For a complete story on the meeting, visit Brick Shore Beat.