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City Update from Brigantine Mayor, Vince Sera

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

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Residents Along Brigantine Golf Course Endure Property Damage and Possible Injury.

Brigantine Council Golf Course Danger on Vimeo. The Links at Brigantine Golf is considered one of the island’s best kept secrets. 18 holes surrounded by quiet neighborhoods, residential streets and back yards. It’s scenic and serene. But watch out for those incoming golf balls. At the Sept. 3 Brigantine council

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Brigantine OK with Golfing, Will Block AirBnB Rentals, But Not Local Realtors.

Watch Video Brigantine City Council met again on April 15. Topics included selective enforcement of stay-at-home rules. For example, the baseball fields are closed, but people are still golfing at the Links at Brigantine, for free. Resident Jim Mackey sees people golfing at the Brigantine Golf Course. Mayor Simpson brushes

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2017 Brigantine City Budget: Huge Surplus, Golf Course Losses

On March 1, the Brigantine City auditor shared details on the Island’s massive, $5.6 million budget surplus, Links Golf Course losses and larger employee expenses. City Manager Ed Stinson and Chief Financial Officer Roxanne Tosto worked on the controversial budget proposal that didn’t sit well with local residents. A $31

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Links at Brigantine Golf Drops $200,000 in Annual Revenue. VIDEO

Why is the Brigantine Links Golf Course still a financial burden on local taxpayers? That was the big question at the recent Brigantine City Council meeting on March 1., 2017. The call for transparency about the Brigantine Links Golf Course. It’s like pulling teeth getting regular updates on this under-leveraged,

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Brigantine Links Golf Still On Wrong Course. Call Jaworski Back. Now.

The Brigantine Democratic party deserves credit for not dropping the case for Ron Jaworski managing our money-losing golf course. They posted the following on their website: One of the most hotly-debated issues on City Council over the last few years has been what to do about the financially-struggling Brigantine Links

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Still No Plan for Declining Brigantine Golf Course

Letter to the Editor, from Gary Shea of Brigantine > Now that summer is over, I would imagine that the residents of Brigantine will start thinking about the upcoming Eagles season and of course, the upcoming local elections.  I hope our local candidates will not turn this year’s ‘silly season’ into

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Expanded 4×4 Beaches in Brigantine? Links Golf Bleeding Cash.

Links Golf Course losing greater amounts of money. Brigantine CFO Roxanne Tosto was called out for potential accounting mistakes in regards to Brigantine Links Golf Course. How much will taxpayers have to subsidize the course? Over past 3 years, Brigantine taxpayers have coughed up $1.5 million to keep the Golf Course afloat.

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Brigantine Golf Links Deal with Atlantic County, ACIA

See Links Contract > The Links at Brigantine Golf is better managed by the Atlantic County Improvement Authority, not the golf industry expert: Ron Jaworski Golf. That’s what Brigantine taxpayers learned as the contract between Brigantine & the ACIA was made available recently. See CONTRACT Below >. Also note: According

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Inside Look: Failed Food & Bev Deal at Brigantine Links Golf

LISTEN > As reported by BrigantineNOW, the awarding of Links at Brigantine Golf Food & Bev contract to Mad Dog Morgan was proven invalid / illegal. The City of Brigantine was caught skirting a well known process requiring proper RFP (request for proposal) advertising in legal newspapers of record. Mayor Guenther

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City Kills Mad Dog Morgan Golf Award. RFP Will Be Re-Posted.

Most of Brigantine City Council had egg on their face once again. This time, it was with the non-compliant Mad Dog Morgan deal for food and beverage service at Brigantine Golf Links. As BrigantineNOW reported on Feb. 4, 2016, the city failed to properly advertise the RFP (request for proposal).

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Brigantine Awards Mad Dog Morgan Golf Contract. RFP Bid Corrupted

On Wed. night Feb. 3, 2016, one of Brigantine’s most valuable assets was once again mis-handled and frittered away. The food & beverage contract with unknown and un-signed terms, for the Links at Brigantine Golf Course was awarded to Mike Morgan, owner of Mad Dog Morgan’s and a former public

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Brigantine City Council Summary 1.20.2016

VIDEO> Brigantine City Council highlights from the meeting of Jan. 20, 2016. Another Firefighter retirement was announced and plastic bags were debated. Should we ban or encourage a reduction of use? Brigantine Firefighter Thomas Bordanaro of Egg Harbor Twp (volunteer fire department), announced his retirement recently. Bordanaro is best known

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Links at Brigantine Golf Course Preps for Even Worse 2016.

The Brigantine Links Golf Course was on the verge of rebound & revitalization with Golf Management expert Ron Jaworski at the table. Our course was minutes from helping to boost local Real Estate values and Brigantine tourism. Indeed, Ron Jaworski Golf was quite interested in turning around our money losing,

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