A Watchdog Organization That Serves All Brigantine Taxpayers.
Brigantine City Council – It meets every first and third Wednesday at 6 p.m. in Council chambers in City Hall.
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.
Brigantine Planning Board – It meets monthly, unless otherwise noted, on the fourth Wednesday, 6 p.m., in the Council chambers in City Hall.
Letter to the editor. Shouldn’t providing a public service effectively at the least cost be a priority for municipal governments? Shouldn’t opportunities for public discussion in person on an important issue with the involved parties be
30% of Brigantine’s property taxes supports its public school system. The City of Brigantine is a Type 1 school district, one of the few out of over 550 such NJ school districts, with an appointed
To the Editor: New Jersey is among the States with the highest property taxes. What can be done to reduce them? As an example of cutting costs without loss of service, how about consolidation of
A letter to Superintendent Glenn Robbins of the Brigantine Community School. Dear Dr. Robbins: We welcome you to Brigantine and hope you are successful in your new position. The Brigantine Taxpayers Association has been interested