WATCH VIDEO: Over 100 in attendance for the Margate Homeowners Association meeting on Sat Feb 15 at Katz JCC on Jerome Ave.
Margate Commissioners reluctantly paying attention to the growing influence of the MHA.
Margate Homeowners Association. Join over 310 dues-paying members. A growing, collective that is tough to ignore. WATCH VIDEO:
Glenn Klotz and Margate Boardwalk Committee led by Glenn Klotz provided update on efforts to rebuild the ocean-front boardwalk.
MHA VP Marc Alch introduced Ed Berger, President of Margate Business Association.
To their credit, Ed Berger and the Margate Business Association admitted their mistake with scheduling Fun Fest on a Jewish high holy day.
Mr. Berger announced new dates for Fall Fun Fest 2020. No longer competing with observance of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year.
Berger via press release: The general consensus of the clergy and members of the community we spoke with, which included almost every Rabbi and local Jewish Organization (see below), was that it would be better if we shifted the event forward a week to the Saturday and Sunday before Yom Kippur, Sept. 26-27, as opposed to running it Sept. 19-20.
Glenn Klotz of the Margate Boardwalk Committee announced new petitions.
Like it or not, Klotz is looking to bring a vote, for or against, a new boardwalk. Eligible voters in Margate can sign these petitions.
Boardwalk Committee requested that poll be taken of all taxpaying residents. Do 2nd homeowners support rebuilding the Margate Boardwalk? Many think so.