Brick Serves Up New Tennis Courts

Photo by Judy Smestad-Nunn

BRICK – Six new tennis courts were installed at Forge Pond near the municipal building on Chambers Bridge Road.

The courts opened in May, according to Ed Moroney, Brick’s public information officer. The reconstruction had begun last fall.

The project cost $655,773, he said. It was done by Classic Turf Company, Woodbury, CT. It was funded through the township’s 2015 capital program.

The courts are open for public play unless there are permits issued for the courts and during high school practices and matches.

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Judy moved to Ocean County from New York City in 1988, and began her second career as a feature and news reporter in the mid-1990's. She has worked for Micromedia Publications since 2008, primarily reporting for The Toms River Times and The Brick Times. Judy has also worked for The Leader Review in Point Pleasant Beach, The Brick Communicator and The Asbury Park Press. Reach Judy by e-mail at [email protected]