Potential Corruption

Brigantine Council Meeting Videos Deleted. Info Blackouts.

Let’s keep Brigantine 2nd homeowners in the dark. It certainly seems that way. WATCH VIDEO. “You can DVR it”, says the snickering Simpson, obviously not caring that 75% of taxpayers don’t have access to the local signal. It’s well noted that U-stream used to record & archive every meeting. It worked great and was cheap. Well …

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Brigantine Beachcomber’s Feely Escapes Police Chief Reed Harrassment

Michael Feely, a well-known writer for the Beachcomber News has decided to move away from Brigantine. Why? Evidence suggests that Feely was unfairly attacked & harassed for not ‘playing along’ with highly questionable Brigantine politics. Feely is an independent journalist and has an outstanding track record of community involvement in Brigantine. Mr Feely was an …

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Harmful Business Busting Goes Digital on Brigantine Beach

For almost two years, the now defunct BB-NJ.com Business Directory was yet another example of taxpayer supported disruption of local retail. (see images below) The BB-NJ.com web-based directory of small business was developed, hosted, maintained and managed by Brigantine Police Officer, now Chief of Police; Tim Reed. City Council may not have been fully aware …

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Brigantine Police Chief Disrupts City Council Video On-Demand

Brigantine City Manager Ed Stinson & Brigantine Police Chief, Tim Reed were on the digital hot seat this week. Are they unwittingly part of a plan to keep 2nd homeowners in the dark about City Council decisions? The Brigantine City Council meeting of SEPT 17, 2015 revealed that access for viewing the meetings on-demand…via the …

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Brigantine Police Chief, Mayor & City Council Say NO to Beach Festival.

A promising, new beach festival designed to grow the local economy was cancelled recently due to delays from the Brigantine Police Chief and City Council. That’s according to festival organizer Michael Feely. The Brigantine Blues Foundation was planning a spectacular ‘Brigantine Blues, Brews & BBQ’ festival for Saturday, Sept. 19 on the 34th street beach. Brigantine …

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Online Broadcast of Brigantine City Council Unplugged

WATCH LIVE ONLINE? The Brigantine City Council suffered another ‘glitch’ on Wed DEC 3rd, as the Internet broadcast of the scheduled meeting was ‘unavailable’. This latest breakdown of city communications has part-time residents in an uproar. Phone lines to City Hall were swamped with callers looking for their council-cast. City webmaster/Police Chief; Tim Reed was …

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Looking Back: Brigantine Lawsuits Financed by Taxpayers

Lawsuits, grievances and pay-outs; business as usual on Brigantine Beach. From the archives. MARCH 2011 >> A woman working for the Brigantine Police Department told an investigator that she “feels like the chief is stalking her” shortly before Jim Frugoli publicly resigned after an 18-month tenure in the post. Written by Joe Tyrell from NewJerseyNewsRoom.com. Frugoli referred to …

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ARCHIVES: Brigantine Hacked for $600,000. City Quietly Handles.

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. Authorities say a virus or …

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Local Business Competes Against City of Brigantine?

Is Brigantine ‘business friendly? With over 40 empty storefronts and a brutal business approval process, many have asked that very simple question. Some claim that Brigantine City Government has a negative influence on local commerce. Whatever the case, most agree that government in general, and Brigantine specifically, should rarely be running or subsidizing a business, especially …

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Brigantine Police Officer Injured in Traffic Accident. Rear-Ended by Off-Duty City Firefighter.

According to Brigantine Police: Erik Ireland, resident & off-duty firefighter for the City of Brigantine, rear-ended a stopped police vehicle being driven by Officer Rich DeLeon. On Saturday, October 25 at 3:58 pm, DeLeon was reported to have stopped for crossing pedestrians at the intersection of Brigantine Ave. & 20th St. south. Officer DeLeon was …

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Doran Engineering Invoices Show Non-Compliance with NJ Statutes

Download & view invoices from Doran Engineering. To the average Brigantine citizen, the discussion of no-bid contracts, insider deals and engineering invoices will make your eyes glaze over. But take a good look at these invoices. If your Brigantine taxes jumped by 25-50% this year, your interest is certainly piqued by this pillage of taxpayer …

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Brigantine Bans Water Weenie Vendor From Beach

Weenie Watch on Brigantine Beach…. A local newspaper blamed City officials this week for our beloved ‘Water Weenie’ being shut down. ‘The city blew it, plain and simple’, says Brigantine Times reporter and head Weenie watcher; Tom Morgan. According to the Times: for the past 15 years, the Weenie pontoon boat has been pulling up …

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