Margate homeowners will once again meet to take on the future of their beloved Jersey shore town.
The MHA, Margate Homeowners Association will meet on Saturday Feb 16, at 10a…..at the Margate Public Library.
It’s the 1st public meeting of MHA for 2019, with more to come.
The meeting is open to all homeowners, renters, members and Margate general public.
Need a voice in Margate? MHA can help.
The Margate Homeowners Association is lead by President, Jay Weintraub. The Bucks County, Pa. financial planner by trade, has lived in Margate for the past 24 years.
MHA: motivate city leadership to be more inclusive of both full and part-time property owners.
- Margate full-time residency hovers around 6,000. The upcoming 2020 census may point to lower numbers.
- Margate population swells to well over 40,000 during the peak summer season.
- Almost 75% of Margate taxpayers can’t easily vote in local elections…or at the very least, have a seat at the table.
With all 3 incumbent Margate commissioners currently running unopposed, it’s more important than ever for taxpayers to keep up the pressure. All elected leaders need some level of opposition and dissenting viewpoint. Otherwise, things can get sloppy real fast.
Politicians need skeptics. Either from others on the board, or the community as a whole. MHA is one such example of that skepticism / oversight / respectful push-back.
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