Last weekend, Atlantic City Mayor Marty Small parked illegally, out front of Caesars Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

Marty Small was promptly turned into the Atlantic City police department for his behavior.

Times are beginning to change for Small, who had become used to doing almost anything that wanted without reprisal.

This was just one day after his wife, La’Quetta Small (allegedly) illegally parked in a handicapped parking space at the Absecon Home Depot.

It’s become abundantly clear, that Marty and La’Quetta Small feel entitled to do whatever they want.

Citizen activist John Exadaktilos has taken photographs in the past of La’Quetta Small parked illegally out front of “The Quarter” at Tropicana Hotel and Casino.

Exadaktilos also busted Marty Small for apparently parking illegally on Valentine’s Day (evening), Wednesday, February 14, 2024, while dining at an Atlantic City restaurant.

John Exadaktilos is the owner of a very popular restaurant and bar, The Ducktown Tavern and Liquors in Atlantic City.

Exadaktilos posted following on his Facebook Page on Valentine’s Day, Wednesday, February 14, 2024:

This is the Mayor of @atlanticcitynjgov SUV. As we see it's parked illegally so he can enjoy his meal on Valentines Night. So if you get a parking ticket tonight or any night this isn't official business. It's pathetic, narcissistic and disgusting he thinks he can do what ever he wants. It must come to an end, wrote Exadaktilos.

John Exadaktilos photo.
John Exadaktilos photo.

It’s also such a shame to see so many boarded-up windows on the beach block of Atlantic City.

Exadaktilos has been publicly posting about both Marty and LaQuetta Small, time stamping and reporting where they park their City of Atlantic-owned vehicles.

Exadaktilos maintains that Small parks illegally on a regular basis.

We have also been told by confidential Atlantic City insiders that the taxpayer-owned car that is assigned to Small is equipped with a (red and blue light) police lights package.

It is apparently legal to have them in a civilian’s car; however, it would be illegal for the civilian to drive with the police warning lights actually turned on.

All of this behavior while both Marty and La’Quetta Small are facing serious child abuse criminal charges.

The residents of Atlantic City appear to be growing tired of “Rules for Thee, but Not for Me.”

SOURCE: John Exadaktilos.

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