Mayor Small Scrambles as Boardwalk Crime Hurts Atlantic City Rebound

For years, Atlantic City Boardwalk merchants have pleaded for more police presence. Rising crime and violence are hurting business and tourism say business owners. Boardwalk merchants say CRDA, Casino Reinvestment Development Authority and Atlantic City officials like Marty Small and George Tibbitt haven’t done enough. We want safety, says the Atlantic City Merchants Association. ‘We …

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Atlantic City Boardwalk Shops Demand More Police, Mayor Small Warns Against Race War.

After the death of a beloved store owner, the Atlantic City Merchants Association is demanding justice and enhanced safety measures on the Boardwalk. The Atlantic City Police Department is planning to deploy more officers within the city, including the Boardwalk which has seen an increase of violence and crime. Some of it from teens. On …

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Callaway Wants Federal Court to Hear Marty & LaQuetta Small Slander Case

Well-known political activist, Craig Callaway, has filed a motion to remove Atlantic City Mayor Marty Small’s slander lawsuit to Federal Court. Removal will allow Callaway to defend his constitutional rights in federal court, in Camden, N.J. A few weeks ago, Craig Callaway was sued by Mayor Marty Small and his wife, AC High School principal …

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CRDA & Mayor Small Blamed for Atlantic City Boardwalk Violence

Hundreds gathered on April 2nd to protest CRDA and Atlantic City Mayor, Marty Small. Both catching blame for growing teen violence and out-of-control crime inside the Atlantic City Tourism District. The video above was posted by Mayoral Candidate, Tom Forkin. It wasn’t highlighted by local media nor referenced by The Press of Atlantic City. One …

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Mayor Marty Small’s Hate Crime Problem on Atlantic City Boardwalk

A 12-year-old boy and a 14-year-old girl, both from Atlantic City, were taken into custody Friday in connection with the death of a Boardwalk shop owner Thursday night. At 7:41p, Atlantic City Police Officers responded to City Souvenirs, in the 1500 block of the Boardwalk in reference to a male with a knife.  According to …

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Dorsey Favored to Win Atlantic City Council Seat

Atlantic City community leader, Geoff Dorsey, announced his 2021 candidacy for Councilman-At-Large. A lifelong resident of Atlantic City and highly regarded businessman, Dorsey’s platform includes expansion of tax benefits for homeowners, increasing local job opportunities, and supporting or creating mentoring and apprenticeship programs that encourage youth involvement in the growth of Atlantic City. Dorsey is …

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Atlantic City Councilman Tibbitt Denies Using Racial Slur

Did Atlantic City Council President George Tibbitt use a racial slur towards a female walking thru his neighborhood? Tibbitt claims he didn’t. The embattled councilman says he’s never used racial slurs towards anyone. Listen: As a political partner of Mayor Marty Small, Tibbitt also has a complicated & often controversial relationship with the many minority …

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Foley for Mayor: Atlantic City Still Silent on Student Sex Abuse Scandal

“Atlantic City Public Schools still Silent on Kayan Frazier, Foley is asking Governor Murphy to get involved.” Atlantic City Mayoral Candidate Former Assemblyman Tom Foley issued press release: Tom Foley: Two weeks ago, I joined countless other members of the Atlantic City community in calling for justice for the children and families of Atlantic City …

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