During the governing body's Monday work session, a spokesman from the Manasquan Beach Improvement Association pitched the mayor and council on replacing the 100-year-old Glimmer Glass bridge.
Borough Engineer Charlie Rooney and Administrator Joe DeIorio provided an update on the borough's new water treatment plant, which officials have had issues with since it came online earlier this year.
The council appointed a corrosion expert engineer for the treatment plant. Black and Veatch Engineers will receive $10,000 for chemical feed services. The borough's engineering firm T&M Associates will provide a reimbursement.
The council also approved a $1.29 million contract to for the Squan Plaza renovation. Mark Woszczak Mechanical Contractors, based in Manasquan, had the project's winning bid.
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