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PUBLIC MEETINGS

Brigantine City Council – It meets every first and third Wednesday at 6 p.m. in Council chambers in City Hall. Exceptions are in July when there is only one meeting, on Saturday, 7/20/19, at 9 a.m., and November, when the only meeting occurs on 11/6/19.

Brigantine Board of Education – It meets monthly, unless otherwise noted, on the fourth Thursday, 6 p.m., in the North Middle School library, E. Evans Blvd. Dates so far are 1/24, 2/28, 3/28, 4/18 and 5/16.

Brigantine Planning Board – It meets monthly, unless otherwise noted, on the fourth Wednesday, 6 p.m., in the Council chambers in City Hall.

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Amending Dune Maintenance Ordinance

Public Comment – City Council meeting 2/6/19 Introduction of ordinance #2 of20019 – Amending Dune Maintenance Ordinance I have two problems with the dune maintenance …

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Council Meeting Comments from the Brigantine Taxpayers Association

These are the public comments made by the Brigantine Taxpayers Association on January 16, 2019, to the City Council of Brigantine. 1. Due to certain …

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Brigantine Public Employee Salary Chart 2018

Government works best when the people it represents are knowledgeable about it and hold it accountable. Facts about the salaries of public employees are a …

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Looking for Additions To Our Board of Directors

“We are looking for taxpayers to serve on our Board of Directors. Our strength and influence come from the willingness of property owners to band together …

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WHAT’S AHEAD FOR BRIGANTINE?

WHAT’S AHEAD FOR BRIGANTINE? A PERSPECTIVE. Current Trends 1. The Census population of Brigantine is in a steady decline.  In 2000 it was 12,594.  By …

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City Council Approves Private Dune Maintenance

Property owners on New Jersey’s barrier islands know the importance of the dunes for protection from the ocean. We in Brigantine value highly the substantial, …

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Letter to City Manager Stinson. Brigantine Longevity Payments.

Dear Mr. Stinson: While going over the 2017 municipal employee salary list, we found what appear to be violations of City ordinances in ten non-union …

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Too Much In Brigantine Fund Balance. Over-Taxation.

Brigantine’s City Manager submitted his 2018 municipal budget.  It’s now up to the City Council to work on it in preparation for its final approval. …

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Brigantine Taxpayers Association

Serving Taxpayers of Brigantine, NJ.