Should Margate move forward with plans to explore the possibility of a new, better boardwalk?
That question will be placed on the General Election ballot of November 3.
Glenn Klotz, Director of the Margate Boardwalk Committee is now delivering lawn signs to those who want to show their support.
Want a lawn sign? Contact: BuildMargateBoardwalk@comcast.net.
Both Glenn Klotz and Stefanie Bloch continue to fund raise on behalf of The Margate Boardwalk Committee. Donations are 100% tax deductible.
Schlep up even MORE stairs to get to the ocean? Dunes are bad enough. Is Margate better with a Boardwalk? What does Glenn Klotz of the Margate Boardwalk Committee think?
Glenn Klotz says: Have you gone to any of the Ventnor beaches lately? People easily enter and exit the beach on ramps over the beach. It carries them over the top of the dune , unlike in Margate where you must climb steps. A new Margate Boardwalk would eliminates all of that. Once built, no schlepping required. Oh, and a boardwalk would make our beaches safer, and would keep our bikers and pedestrians off crazy busy/dangerous, Atlantic Ave.
The Margate Boardwalk Committee: Educate and advocate for building a new public accommodation (a modern Boardwalk) for Margate City, NJ