Steve Young Plans Boardwalk Hall BLM Mural Painting for Labor Day Weekend

Steve Ypung Atlantic City
Labor Day Weekend Disruption

Atlantic City activist Steve Young getting ready for another Black Lives Matter event. This one scheduled for Labor Day weekend. Friday, September 4 at 1pm.

This is the 3rd Summer 2020 protest for Young, who was arrested for blocking the Atlantic City Expressway on July 4.

In front of Boardwalk Hall is where Young will direct attendees to paint BLACK LIVES MATTER in large, yellow letters on the Boardwalk. Local business in Atlantic City should expect disruptions during this last weekend of the summer season.

Young is also credited for the May 31 march thru Atlantic City. Rioting, looting and vandalism. Assault of police officers. Hundreds of thousand of dollars in damage. Lost jobs and wages.

Many hurt by Young’s May 31 BLM march and eventual riot were people of color that live in Atlantic City.

Steve Young encouraging Joe Biden voters to bring yellow paint and brushes to help paint a large BLACK LIVES MATTER in front of Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall.

Young claims there’s plenty of systemic racism in Atlantic City. When asked why only one of 17 CRDA boardmembers is black, Young had no comment.

If you stay quiet and don’t support Black Lives Matter, you’re part of the problem, says Young.

Most of Young’s attacks are against public safety, all part of effort to de-fund the police. See Congressional candidate, Amy Kennedy.

On Aug 19, City Council will vote to REMOVE STEVE YOUNG FOR CAUSE FROM THE AC PLANNING BOARD AND CITIZEN’S REVIEW BOARD.

Council Members TIBBITT, SHABAZZ & RANDOLPH present the following Resolution:

A RESOLUTION TO INITIATE THE PROCESS TO REMOVE .STEVE YOUNG FOR CAUSE FROM BOTH THE PLANNING BOARD AND THE CITIZEN’S REVIEW BOARD

WHEREAS, on January 1, 2019 Steve Young took an Oath of Office to perform and faithfully execute his obligations as an Atlantic City Planning Board member and, on February 13, 2019, Steve Young took the same oath to perform and faithfully execute his obligations as a member of the Citizens Advisory Board; and

WHEREAS, in recent months, however, Steve Young’s conduct has become patently inimical to the public interest and to the public trust upon which the offices he serves are predicated and this conduct not only justifies but virtually compels his removal for cause from both Boards.

WHEREAS, the justifications for Steve Young’s removal include, but are not limited to the following: (i) Violation of Public Trust: Atlantic City offices received in excess of fifty (50) telephone calls from concerned and outraged Atlantic City residents who questioned Steve Young’s position on the Boards in light of the reprehensible conduct he exhibited during the promotion of and participation in the recent pretests; (ii) Conflict of Interest: Steve Young’s participation on the Boards, in part, is to create and enhance economic progress for Atlantic City.

The protests, under Steve Young’s promotion and direction were designed to create and indeed created significant economic harm not only to the taxpayers of Atlantic City but also to Atlantic City businesses; (iii) Conduct Unbecoming of an Official assigned to the aforementioned Boards.

By his conduct, Steve Young encouraged and incited participants to break the law. Through social media he called to shut down Atlantic City and close the Atlantic City Expressway on July 4, 2020, one of the busiest days of the year.

WHEREAS, the City appreciates, acknowledges and supports Steve Young’s involvement relative to the “Black Lives Matter” initiative and recognizes change is critical for the growth of our City, State and Nation as a whole, however, there is no justification for Steve Young to use this noble movement for matters of self-interest and self-promotion, especially when his involvement creates conflicts with his positions on the Atlantic City Boards and is detrimental to the residents and business owners of this great City of Atlantic City, individuals that he took an oath to serve.

2 Comments

  1. Is Mayor Small going to allow Young to graffiti the boardwalk? Aren’t there laws against this.? Is the Mayor going allow this?
    Education is the answer. – not anarchy.
    Young wants to ruin Atlantic City as a fun destination resort. Are the stakeholders going to allow this?

  2. Thanks for heads up. Was planning reservations for that long weekend. Guess I will change plans.

    I hope the hotels, casinos, restaurants, and stores are not destroyed and looted again.

    I do love AC! It used to be my little escape: I can no longer travel. When things return to normal, I’ll return. God bless each and every AC citizen.

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