From ACprimetime 2018 ARCHIVES: LISTEN > Is Craig Callaway’s voter messenger service really that important for winning a local election? According to WPG Morning sh*t stirrer, Harry Hurley, that answer is YES. Atlantic City Councilman George Tibbitt agrees with his bff, Hurley. “You don’t win without the Callaway vote.” Craig Callaway is known for his
Social feedback: ACIT & Guenther hurting EHT school district. From Peggy Capone: Can you imagine dining at a restaurant, paying the bill, only to receive an additional bill for the dinner two years later? If we wouldn’t let a business get away with this dubious practice, let’s hold our government to the same standard. Phil
Taxpayers should look into selling their Atlantic City water department. It should benefit the taxpayers, not the local government. Our rates keep going up and they will continue to due to government regulations, infrastructure upgrades and such. It’s time to change. We need to lower costs and taxes. Daniel Reith, Atlantic City
NJ Governor Christie called them BOAT CHECKS. Massive payouts to retired public employees. A check big enough to buy a boat. Mayor Phil Guenther of Brigantine is a big fan of boat checks. Imagine getting paid for unused sick & vacation time. That NEVER happens in the private sector. Ya know why? Because it’s financially
Matt Doherty is the former mayor of Belmar, NJ. He’s now the Executive Director of CRDA, the temporary occupant of that revolving door of a seat. Casino Reinvestment Development Authority. CRDA was created back in the 80s to help save Atlantic City and the State of NJ. CRDA is funded in part, by a 1.25
Richard Tolson is the new vice chair of the CRDA, Casino Reinvestment Development Authority. That’s a lofty position that’s only eclipsed by CRDA Chairman, Robert Mulchahy. Tolson is from Ocean City. He’s the director of the International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers of New Jersey. Observers have questioned the appointment of Tolson.