Elliot Becker

Employee Mismanagement of City Web Marketing

Government should rarely be in business, especially in Brigantine. The local BB-NJ business directory is one major example of in-efficiency and questionable activity all funded by taxpayer dollars. The past mis-management of the Brigantine Mini-Golf course is another example of lost revenue due to poor city oversight. Think about it. Does NJ do a good …

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Public Unions and Brigantine

The challenge of public unions. When Chris Christie became New Jersey’s governor, he wasted no time in identifying the chief perpetrators of his state’s fiscal catastrophe. Read More. Facing a nearly $11 billion budget gap — as well as voters fed up with the sky-high taxes imposed on them to finance the state government’s profligacy …

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Brigantine Needs to Release Organizational Chart

Wake up call to all Brigantine residents. City manager needs chiefs of the police, fire and beach patrol to cooperate with her. Are you kidding me? City Manager must effectively deal with insubordination issues. Replace those that are either incapable or unwilling to work with the City Manager in a cooperative and efficient manner.The City of Brigantine …

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Brigantine Republicans Celebrate Ouster of Public Safety Director. Honor Kabala for Grass Roots Effort.

The Brigantine Republicans celebrated another costly victory on Tuesday night, May 13. They toasted to their $30,000 ousting of the once popular Public Safety Director position. For many years, this coveted PSD position was held by Jim Barber. Not exactly known for fiscal conservatism, Mr. Barber enjoyed the PSD position as a nice side perk …

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Brigantine Scammed by Spartan Harbour

July 14 2011 Press of Atlantic City Two former Brigantine condominium officials and a contractor charged with fraudulently billing the city for trash services are now facing additional charges of alleged theft from the former Spartan Harbour Condominium Association, police said. Former Spartan Harbour property manager Walter Czyzewicz, former Spartan Harbour board president Richard DeBenedetto and Robert …

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Brigantine Public Safety Director Ousted. Overtime Inquiry Begins

On Wednesday May 13, Brigantine voters decided to oust Public Safety Director; Dan Howard. It was a short and tumultuous run for Mr. Howard that exposed many inefficiencies within City Hall. (much to the dismay of city employees) One big stink emerged as the May 13 election approached. It was a bombshell revelation: Brigantine’s Mayor …

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Brigantine Mayor Resigns In Wake Of Election Results

The Inquirer POSTED: December 07, 1989 BRIGANTINE, N.J. — Mayor J. Edward Kline resigned last night, one month after residents of this island town north of Atlantic City voted to change the form of city government in what Kline acknowledged was a referendum on his leadership. Kline – a contractor who also last month lost a …

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Part-year residents pay taxes. Deserve voice in how town is run, Pullella Says

NOV 2006  Press of AC BRIGANTINE – Mayor Phillip Guenther is running unopposed for a fourth term and three people are competing for two at-large seats on City Council, as the island city finds itself with a growing number of part-time residents. Guenther said the City Council has had different priorities over the years. These have …

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Frugoli, Barber & Brigantine Sued by Gulf Station

April 20, 2011 Press of AC A Brigantine business owner has filed a complaint in state Superior Court alleging that the city was largely responsible for his auto repair shop going out of business. Fred Ray, the owner of Fred’s Brigantine Gulf, claims in the complaint that former police Chief Jim Frugoli personally prevented his business from being placed …

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