Today is exactly 244 years since our Declaration of Independence from King George.

It’s no accident that Steve Young chose this day to both protest and in his words, “Shut Atlantic City down.”

His behavior has been a public disgrace.

It’s just before 10:30 a.m. as I write you.

Today’s Steve Young - “Black Lives Matter” protest - rally is still on.

It is slated to begin at Atlantic City’s Clayton Graham Public Safety Building, located on California and Atlantic Avenues at 1:00 p.m., today.

If Young keeps his word, from there an undisclosed process will follow, which according to Young “will shutdown Atlantic City.”

Steve Young protest flyer provided to Harry Hurley
Steve Young protest flyer provided to Harry Hurley

Above is the “event” flyer which has all known details that Young has put out in print.

You can also refer back to previous articles we have written (here at, which also provide informative embedded audio interviews, with Young and Atlantic City Mayor Marty Small.

For those who have wondered how can Steve Young serve as The Chairman of the Atlantic City Planning Board on one hand ... and, orchestrate such a potentially divisive and disruptive event such as this on the other hand ...

This misguided action by Young will not come without consequences. We previously confirmed, live on WPG Talk Radio 95.5 “Hurley in the Morning” that Mayor Small has already begun the process to remove Young from the Planning Board and the Citizen’s Advisory Committee.

Former, disgraced Mayor Frank Gilliam appointed Young to these two important public positions of trust.

Mayor Small has elaborate public safety assets at his disposal at the local, county and state levels.

Should Young and company set out to shut Atlantic City down, or, do any other unlawful behavior, they will be met with an appropriate public safety response.

We’ll keep you posted right here at with all relevant news and updates of today’s July 4th protest.

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