Today, Friday, November 3, 2023, pipes have broken and there is no heat and hot water at Atlantic City, New Jersey’s Stanley Holmes Village Apartments.

This is the exact result and guarantee that Matt Doherty guaranteed in a recent on-air live interview … he knew that the residents of Atlantic City, New Jersey’s Stanley Holmes Village Apartments would not have working heat and hot water in the run-up to the winter season.

On Friday, November 3, 2023, we can confirm that pipes have broken and the residents are without heat and hit water.

It is a disgrace.

Atlantic City Council Members George Tibbitt and LaToya Dunston will be appearing live, on-air for the 9:00 a.m. with us on a Friday, November 3, 2023.

Councilwoman Dunston said, “I am on the scene right now. Water is flooding and the trash is disgusting,” said Dunston.

We will be discussing this serious situation and I will update this coverage with their comments.

This is a developing, dangerous story.

There are elderly and very young residents of Atlantic City forced to live in these unhealthy conditions, without proper HVAC, along with infestation of rodents and insects.

In our on-air, live interview this morning with New Jersey Senator Vince Polistina, he called this, “a terrible, awful situation. It’s incompetence at the highest level, the board level,” said Polistina.

”We’re going to do everything we can to get these fine residents the help they need and deserve,” said Polistina.

The current conditions are deplorable as you can see in the photo below.

LaToya Dunston photo.
LaToya Dunston photo.


Updates as warranted.

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