The Crab Shack serves up fantastic fresh seafood, available raw to take home and cooked, already prepared for carryout, or if you’re lucky enough to grab one of a very few tables, for dine-in. You know the owners are serious about their food….when they tell you ‘don’t be late’…. when […]
Brigantine Attorney, Paul Busco, wrote a thoughtful piece about the future of legal, adult-use marijuana. Here it is: Whatever your personal feelings on the subject, New Jersey is likely to approve the recreational use of marijuana by adults. Statewide support stands at over 60 percent. Democrats control the Governor’s office,
Andre’s Wine Bar & Grill. 1312 W Brigantine Ave Brigantine, New Jersey (609) 266-1124 Open 7 Days, 10:30a – 10p Andre’s in Brigantine has been open since 1983. Their recipes never change. They can easily accommodate from 50 to 120 people. In 2012, they acquired a liquor license. Andre’s features over
The annual Hooked on Fishing in Brigaintine will take place on July 16, 2016. Kids between 5 and 15 will cast their lines into the surf along the 16th Street beaches of Brigantine. Free loaner rods & reels are available. Bait too. A free BBQ with prizes comes after the
Brigantine has a superb sports & athletic area. Kids have it real good here, as they should. But when some abuse the privilege of using these facilities, well then, we taxpayers have a real problem with that. ‘Brigantine Hockey Mom’ got fed up from what she saw and heard from
https://www.facebook.com/TheRealBrigantine >> To the editor, from Fran Heineman. As seen in the Brigantine Beachcomber Newspaper >> This is a response to Mayor Guenther’s article in the Jan. 2 Beachcomber, “Together we can move Brigantine forward.” To quote the mayor, “New members of City Council will be seated in January, bringing
Oops. Another glitch. City Manager Blumenthal forgot to put the Golf Course deal on the City Council agenda this past Wednesday night. Mayor tried to blame Dems for that one, but no luck. Councilman Pullella respectfully reminds Mayor that Blumenthal was notified no less than 3 times about this simple
Brigantine Police say that Erik Ireland, off-duty firefighter for Brigantine, rammed into a stopped police truck driven by Officer DeLeon. On October 25, DeLeon was said to have stopped for folks crossing street at Brigantine Ave. & 20th St. south. DeLeon was then forcefully hit from behind by a red Dodge
Did former engineer, Matt Doran & the City of Brigantine follow proper procedure and adhere to state statutes? Matt Doran submitted invoices, and was paid for……estimates. Mr. Doran was paid a percentage of the estimates. This is in direct conflict with State of NJ statutes. Doran Invoices
The Brigantine Golf course has been an island jewel since the 1920’s. During that time, some interesting wheeling & dealing has occurred that some may not be aware of. Recently, a 24 year old complaint against the City of Brigantine was resurrected by former developer Tom Cocco. Take a look
Councilman Andy Simpson is under pressure to explain that construction and tax situation at 3 Sunset Court in Brigantine. A local resident asks Simpson to explain the allegations.
From OCT 2010 NJ.com. >> Computer hackers managed to steal $600,000 from Brigantine’s bank account. Officials say $200,000 still hasn’t been recovered. TD Bank notified Brigantine on Tuesday that multiple wire transfers had taken place from its account. Police say someone was able to get a user name and password.
The Brigantine Taxpayers Association was kind enough to post the latest salaries for Brigantine Municipal employees. These total dollar amounts do not include the additional payments to employees: healthcare, pension and overtime. Research suggests that, on average, it costs the city an additional $46,000 per person in benefits, for many