According to Brigantine Mayor Vince Sera, changes will likely be made to Brigantine Beach permits and fees.
At the October 21 council meeting, Brigantine proposed two changes to the City’s Beach Fee Ordinance.
- Reinstating two free beach tags with purchase of 4X4 beach permit
- $5 increase to the seasonal beach badge fee.
A public hearing on the proposed changes will take place at the November 4th City
Council Zoom meeting.
Funding For Local Brigantine Business
Brigantine City Council is trying to help local business secure CARES Act funding.
Atlantic County has been allocated almost $6 million in CARES Act funding. The goal of the CARES Act funding is to help offset the losses that many local businesses suffered as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Contact Brigantine Councilman Mike Riordan if you’re a local business interested in applying for these funds.
Brigantine Recreation Project Updates
Brigantine Tennis & Pickleball – COVID-19 has slowed the project down, but the City is still moving forward with the renovations as planned.
Brigantine Skateboard Park – The project is still in the design phase. We should have an update in a few weeks.
Links Cart Paths – At the October 21 council meeting, city officials unanimously voted to award a contract for the reconstruction of the cart paths for holes 1 through 9 at the Brigantine Golf Links.
Editors Note: According to very trusted sources, Brigantine Links Golf Course still operating at a loss. Councilperson Bew does not share profit/loss information. Taxpayers support this business.
Brigantine City Dock Dredging Project still being held up by the DEP.
They are claiming that the width of the City Dock does not meet the most current DEP size standards. The DEP will not issue dredging permits until City cuts width of dock down by four feet. Brigantine City Engineer Matt Doran is putting together some ideas for council to review.