Hazardous Conditions Directly Adjacent To Atlantic City School
Today, we can reveal the results of an investigation regarding the very dangerous conditions that presently exist on property owned by the Atlantic City Board of Education.
The property is located directly adjacent to the Chelsea Heights elementary school and a children’s playground in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
The photos that we are displaying here were taken today, Friday, April 1, 2022.
We reviewed this situation with a current member of the Atlantic City Board of Education, who said, “It was never cleaned up and now it looks like a war zone. It’s an eyesore, as well as a safety and security hazard.”
This dangerous eyesore is located on the 500 block of Annapolis Avenue in Atlantic City.
Approximately 3-4 double-wide trailers sat on this property for about 20 years. The trailers were used as classrooms.
The trailers were supposed to be a short-term fix for a few years. It lasted for two decades.
The trailers were removed a little less than one year ago.
We observed concrete, with metal rods protruding, along with exposed wires, metal rebar, and other debris.
This abandoned, unkempt property is the latest embarrassment for the Atlantic City Board of Education. The photos illustrate how close the loose concrete and other debris is to the Chelsea Heights School.
It is our sincere hope that by publicly exposing the existence of the dangerous condition of this property, the Atlantic City Board of Education will properly remediate the site without delay.
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SOURCE: Atlantic City Board of Education Member.