Atlantic City Council

How Landgraf and CRDA Play Dirty With Some Atlantic City Developers

This is not the first time ACprimetime received reports of CRDA Zoning Czar, Lance Landgraf, using bully tactics against small investors in Atlantic City. Watch video > In the video above, developer Sean Reardon addresses the CRDA board. He explains to CRDA board members that he’s being unfairly fined for his vacant lot in the …

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Why Are Businesses Struggling and Leaving Atlantic City?

Why are businesses like Apple and KFC leaving Atlantic City? That’s what developer/investor Sean Reardon wants to know. On Oc t 25, 2018, Reardon addressed Atlantic City Council about this issue. Why couldn’t the city keep Apple and 32 other national retailers at the Pier Shops in Caesars, currently known as the Playground, owned by …

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Atlantic City Council Reminds City, They Still Have No Power Over Anything.

The last remaining controls that council think they still had over Atlantic City, have now been totally taken over by the State of New Jersey. According to the Press of Atlantic City, the Department of Community Affairs Deputy Commissioner Rob Long informed Council President Marty Small and others that the state would be assuming 100% full …

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Atlantic City Council Pleads To CRDA, Please Protect Renaissance Plaza Shoppers

Atlantic City Councilman Kaleem Shabazz wants the CRDA to help protect citizens while shopping at Renaissance Plaza, a few blocks from City Hall. Shabazz will try to accomplish that by presenting a resolution at the Sept 26. Atlantic City council meeting. Editors Note: Shabazz and other councilmen, including all citizens, should attend the monthly CRDA meetings. …

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Small & CRDA: Atlantic City is Ex-Offender Dumping Ground. No Kidding.

Some notes & video from the Aug 13, 2018, City Council meeting in Atlantic City. Council President Marty ‘Party Marty’ Small meets with CRDA / Casino Reinvestment Development Authority, on a regular basis. Mr. Small reports the CRDA might buy 5 rooming (half-way) houses, and convert them into low-income housing. Needle exchanges and Tourism District …

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Atlantic City Council Faces Criticism. Stockton District & Chelsea Beach Bar

Notes from Atlantic City Council Meeting. July 18. 2018. Atlantic City Council faces backlash about Stockton University District plans Chelsea Beach Bar violations Boardwalk noise pollution. Residents wonder why AC City Council meetings are not held 2x per month. A complicated city of this size really needs 2 per month. Council President Small thinks 1x per …

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Mayor Gilliam – Example of Why Atlantic City Still Needs State Supervision

AC Mayor Frank Gilliam is caught between rock and a hard place. Who should he support? What’s his top priority? The CRDA & Casinos? Or residents of Atlantic City? Ya know, sometimes we really like Mayor Frank. We really want him to succeed. Even if we don’t agree with some of his moves. Frank would serve …

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Council Either Coy or Confused About Cannabis in Atlantic City

City Council of Atlantic City is usually reluctant to provide to detail on how they feel about hot button issues. Most on council prefer to just cast their vote and be done with it. This doesn’t sit well with former AC mayoral candidate, Henry Hank Green. At Wed. night’s council meeting, Green queried council about …

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Atlantic City Taxpayers Angry at State & Council President Small For Wanting More Debt.

Should Atlantic City go deeper into debt? Council President Marty Small and the State of NJ certainly think so. Local residents are NOT in agreement, as they packed Council chambers on Tuesday night. Taxpayers not happy how the State is keeping Atlantic City deep in debt. (See video by Triax 57) Council President Small applauded …

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Callaway: Gilliam Team Threatens, Plays Race Card in Defense of $10k Check

LISTEN TO AUDIO & Read Show Notes: Election consultant, Craig Callaway, says Team Gilliam is playing the race card, but it’s not about black and white. Frank and his people are the perpetrators says Callaway. Laws were broken. Law enforcement is involved. They intercepted the check. Some are drinking the kool-aid of bad people. AD …

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