Environmental Commission


The East Brunswick Environmental Commission is responsible for the protection, development and use of the natural resources of the Township of East Brunswick.  In doing so the Commission has established the "The East Brunswick Butterfly Park", the Annual "Salamander and Other Small  Amphibian and Reptile Protection Program", and other environmental programs.  The Commission also reviews development applications and provides comments on environmental concerns to the Planning and Zoning Boards.  In conjunction with the 'Friends of the East Brunswick Environmental Commission', the East Brunswick Community Garden was created in 2009.   The 'Environmental Commission' and the 'Friends of the East Brunswick Environmental Commission' have also sponsored an annual lecture series, Commercial and Residential Solar Forums and a 'Freecycle' recycling/trade event .  The 'Commission', 'Friends' and East Brunswick Green Team have also worked diligently  to obtain environmental sustainability certification from Sustainable Jersey through 2014 and work towards making East Brunswick a more sustainable Community.



Steve Gottlieb, PP,LLA
Planning & Engineering



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The Environmental Commission is comprised of seven (7) regular members and two (2) alternate members appointed by the Mayor, all volunteer East Brunswick residents. The current Membership of the East Brunswick Environmental Commission includes:

  • Theresa Lam - Chairperson   
  • Daphne Speck-Bartynski
  • Laurence Bravman
  • Liti Haramaty   
  • William Glynn    
  • William Meister 
  • Steven Albert
  • Sindhu Pasrica - Alternate 1
  • Shelly Hann - Alternate 2



Meetings for 2016 are held in the Large Conference Room in the East Brunswick Municipal Building.

January 14, February 18, March 17, April 14, May 19, June 16,   
July 21, August 18, September 15, October 6, November 10, December 8



  • Steven Gottlieb, PP, LLA
  • Steve Papp, Lynn Russo -Health Dept.
Should there be any interest in getting involved with the East Brunswick Environmental Commission please feel free to attend a meeting or contact us at (732) 390-6870 or at steve.gottlieb@eastbrunswick.org.