Local Brigantine real estate agents pleading with City Council. PLEASE GET A PLAN.
Watch video from May 20. Brigantine Council has no re-opening plan. No clue how to safely bring Brigantine economy back to life.
With Memorial Day weekend only a few days away, Brigantine Deputy Mayor Sera and City Council says they still have no plans to safely re-open the local tourism industry.
At the May 20 Brigantine City Council meeting, discussion revolved around re-opening local business, especially the harmful, short-term rental ban.
Foolish and harmful decision making? Yes, says a group of concerned full-time residents who depend on visitors to the island.
Mayor Simpson is pandering to a few local voters. He could care less about 2nd homeowners.Full-Time Resident
Brigantine economy in the tank as City Manager Bennett gets ready to block JUNE vacation rentals on AirBnB type sites.
Local Realtors are still prohibited to place renters inside local homes.
Keeping the short-term rental ban in Brigantine
The business lock-down is more devastating to Brigantine than the virus itself.
Atlantic County is open. Wildwood & Ocean City are open too. Why not Brigantine?
We’re losing renters to other towns. Brigantine may never get them back.
Brigantine rental ban will bankrupt many. Some will lose their Brigantine investment properties. A bank will soon end up owning them. Unethical Brigantine insiders would then swoop-in and acquire these distressed properties.