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AshBritt State Contract Originally Meant As Backup

Joy writes:

This was the original email sent Nov. 2 from the NJ League of Municipalities before Maggie Moran became involved.

November 2, 2012 – STORM DEBRIS REMOVAL
To assist State government and local units on an expedited basis with storm cleanup, the NJ Division of Purchase and Property executed a contract for debris removal with AshBritt, Inc. (State Contract # AG-0630). The company’s services will supplement other State, county and municipal cleanup efforts on an as-needed basis. If you are in need of an emergency vendor to remove storm debris from public properties and public rights of way, or if your current vendor is not available or unable to adequately address your emergency debris removal needs, your local unit may contract with AshBritt, Inc. under the terms of this contract. However, it is important to note that this contract is optional; your local unit does not have to utilize the contract or the services of AshBritt. For questions, please email

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  1. Belmar Resident wrote:

    Gordon Ball- DCA rings a bell. I have a copy of an email from Belmar Counsel
    Michael Dupont telling Belmar that they must pay Ferriera Construction Sandy debris bills ( despite campaign contributions from Ferriera to the mayor) or risk being sued. Dupont references his conversation with Gordon Ball, D.C.A.. According to this blog’s “Ferriera Files” disclosure, the borough was paying via undisclosed wire transfers, those very supposed unpaid bills. What goes around….

    Monday, September 22, 2014 at 3:46 pm | Permalink

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