The Margate Homeowners Association are urging residents to attend the Margate Commissioners meeting this Thursday at 4 pm.
Two important topics will be covered at the Margate Commissioners Meeting:
The first, will affect all taxpayers. Lost parking and a more dangerous traffic situation along Amherst.
The Margate Commissioners will be voting, and most likely approving, a short boardwalk on Amherst Ave. They want to float a bond to pay for it.
According to the MHA, there’s been no transparency in this matter.
This is all being done without public input or comment says MHA President, Jay Weintraub. ‘The Mayor and Commissioners are pushing this through hard and fast’.
The 2nd matter to be discussed on Thursday: The petition to rebuild the Margate Boardwalk. The Margate Boardwalk Committee will be asking for a public poll of all taxpayers.
The MHA ( Margate Homeowners Association ) believes the Boardwalk Committee’s work to collect over 600 signatures is substantial.
If the poll reveals a majority of Margate taxpayers are in favor of rebuilding the Margate boardwalk, then a referendum should be considered.
The MHA is not taking a stance for… or against… rebuilding the boardwalk. They’re just sharing information to the MHA membership.
Make you voice heard: THURSDAY AT 4:00 pm. Margate Commissioners at old historic City Hall, Washington & Ventnor Ave, across from WAWA.