Long Lines at Township Pump

The township tried to help residents last week by selling gas to be used in generators.

The line to buy gas from the township crawled along the municipal pond, behind the Municipal Building and into the parking lot last week.

After Hurricane Sandy left thousands without power and caused long lines at gas stations, East Brunswick decided to sell off it’s own supply to help residents fill their generators.

The program was for township residents only and customers could fill one 5-gallon can per household.

For some, it was the first time they ventured out of their neighborhoods to see the destruction brought by the storm.

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Jean Vitta November 11, 2012 at 11:08 PM
so happy to see that mayor stahl made sure those with generators had gas while the rest of us were freezing with no power. homeowners in this township were at the bottom of the mayor's list.


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