We “blew the whistle” this past Saturday, April 1, 2023 that the various boat businesses at Atlantic City, New Jersey’s Gardner’s Basin will not be able to open for business.

The City of Atlantic City sent letters to the various business owners just days before the season was set to begin.

Some of the business owners didn’t receive the letter until Saturday, April 1, 2023.

If you missed our breaking news report about this unacceptable situation, here is a link to catch-up:

Read More: Atlantic City, N.J. Tells Boat Businesses That They Can’t Operate

The reaction from the community to this unwanted news has been understandably hyper negative towards the Atlantic City Mayor Marty Small administration.

It’s not a federal issue, but, we are visiting on-air with United States Congressman Jeff Van Drew this morning at 8:05 a.m.

We will be talking about the indictment of President Trump, offshore wind farm issues and more.

However, we will also bring up this important issue about the boat businesses, located within Gardner’s Basin.

We are also reaching out to New Jersey Senator Vince Polistina to see what assistance he can lend to this matter.

The spring and summer seasons are when these boat-related businesses make their living.

Additionally, customers just love the boat rides, parasailing, recreational fishing and other activities at Gardner’s Basin.

People are in disbelief that the Atlantic City Mayor Marty Small administration would do work during the busy season rather than complete it during the long off season.

The priorities of Small administration have been called into question on a regular basis since he took office.

Not allowing boats in the water at Gardner’s Basin is like not allowing Christmas Tree sales on Christmas.

It makes no sense whatsoever.

Yet, the Marty and La’Quetta Small administrations kicked Stockton University out of the Atlantic City Boathouse just days before their season was about to begin last year.

Last year, Marty Small also politically retaliated against Dredgie Wood … when Small unnecessarily shut down Wood’s decades-long business despite the fact that Senator Polistina had successfully negotiated with the state to keep Fish Heads Restaurant open.

Regarding Small, there is a disturbing pattern of incompetence at best… Or something else is at play here that’s even worse.

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