Elliot Becker

Former Brigantine Gulf sues Police Chief James Frugoli and Manager Jim Barber

Former Brigantine Gulf owner and son sue the city and former Police Chief James Frugoli Friday, May 13, 2011 04:37 pm By MICHAEL FEELY Staff Writer A lawsuit was filed March 31 in Atlantic County Superior Court against the City of Brigantine, former Police Chief James Frugoli¸ City Manager Jim Barber, Brigantine Auto Body, Wayne …

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Investigation of former Brigantine Police Chief; Jim Frugoli

MARCH 2011 Press of Atlantic City An internal investigation of former Brigantine police Chief Jim Frugoli found that he violated the department’s sexual harassment policy by making “offensive or derogatory comments” toward a department employee, including that “he slapped her on the behind,” called her names such as “Sugar Lips” and would “stand uncomfortably close” to her, …

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Barber, Frugoli, Cox and Stone Battle.

Archive: Wednesday, January 26, 2011.  Brigantine suit partially settled and court will hear argument tomorrow. On November 1, 2010, I reported that I had sued the City of Brigantine (Atlantic County) seeking access to a) a redacted settlement between a top Brigantine official and an employee who accused him of sexual harassment and b) a …

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Brigantine Elections Won by less than 150 Votes

By STEVEN LEMONGELLO, Staff Writer   2010 Subscribe to Steven Lemongello on Facebook Follow Steven Lemongello on Twitter Mayor (vote for one) 100% reporting No Democratic nomination made X Philip J. Guenther (R) 2,003 98.7%   Council-at-large (vote for two) 100% reporting X Frank Kern (D) 1,496 23.6% X Dominic “Tony” Pullella (D) 1,751 27.7% John J. Murray …

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Brigantine vote to buy ex-school site goes quietly; objections come later

FEB 7 2008 Press of Atlantic City BRIGANTINE – After more than two years of fights and lawsuits, the City Council made it all the way through a vote Wednesday to spend $2.6 million on a closed Catholic school campus without a peep of opposition. But later, when the governing body asked for comments on their …

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Kline, Rogge, Real Estate, Commission

Petition Group Begins Brigantine Ballot Battle By Mike Schurman, Special to The Inquirer POSTED: September 08, 1989 A group of Brigantine residents, intent on changing the resort community’s commission form of government, yesterday submitted a petition to the city Clerk’s Office containing 1,547 signatures of local residents who want to put the government-change issue on the …

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