Residents Are Concerned – Chelsea Heights, Atlantic City Neglect
We publicly revealed the results of an investigation that we conducted about dangerous concrete, rebar and other debris spewed all over the Atlantic City Chelsea Heights School property back on April 1, 2022.
Here’s what the Chelsea Heights School looked like then:
We wrote two additional articles and spent time on-air with Atlantic City Board of Education Member John Devlin and eventually the dangerous concrete, rebar, and debris were finally removed by the Atlantic City Public Works Department.
Today, Sunday, October 9, 2022, we can reveal the results of our investigation regarding trash at the unkept Chelsea Avenue baseball and soccer fields.
Chelsea Heights residents believe that there is a pattern of this section of Atlantic City being underserved.
Here’s an example of how the Chelsea Heights fields look like in real time on Sunday, October 9, 2022, at 9:00 a.m.
There is a private Facebook Page titled “Chelsea Heights Group.” Here is a post about this subject. We have redacted the identity of the poster because this is a private and not a public page.
Other residents that we have interviewed have confirmed that the property is neglected in general and not just after outside groups have used the fields.
As we conveyed back on April 1, 2022, it is our sincere hope that by publicly exposing the existence of this neglect that the City of Atlantic City will properly
address this issue without delay.
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