Jul 01, 2022
CBS3 SummerFest: Catch The Ocean Breeze Without Sitting On Sand With Atlantic City Cruises
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ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (CBS) — SummerFest is cruising into Atlantic City this Friday in July. Many will be packing their bags and heading to the Delaware beaches and Jersey Shore this holiday weekend.
If you’re looking to feel that ocean breeze without sitting on the sand, at Atlantic City Cruises, you’ll get to take in the A.C. skyline while spending time out on the water.
There are a number of cruise options, including the morning skyline cruise. There’s also a dolphin-watching adventure.
CBS3 photojournalist Tom Gardiner takes you along for the ride in the video above.
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Eric Adams blamed Gov. Abbott for NYCs homeless shelter problem. But new report demolishes his narrative.
In fact, according to attorney Joshua Goldfein, "We have no evidence that what we’re seeing right now is purely a result of the asylum-seekers."
"It was no mystery to anyone that people were going to be losing their homes and becoming homeless this summer in increased numbers beyond the usual summer surge," Goldfein told Politico. "What we’re seeing is a result of the city’s failure to plan."
Additionally, while Adams has essentially blamed the entire shelter influx on migrants, there is no way to be sure. In fact, when New York officials take a census of the city's homeless population, they cannot ask about citizenship.
Even City Council Speaker Adrienne Adams (D) has undercut Adams' narrative.
She said in a statement this week:It is clear that the City’s shelter system has been under increased stress due to a range of factors, including the economic impact of the pandemic, the end of the eviction moratorium, and unresolved bureaucratic issues within the relevant city agencies. We remain a sanctuary city and people seeking asylum are welcome here.
While there may be a rise in those seeking asylum in New York City, this does not mean they are to blame for issues that have historically plagued our system.Anything else?
The spokesperson for the city's Department of Homeless Services was allegedly fired after she spoke out against "alleged lies and omissions by her boss regarding illegal conditions in the city's homeless shelter system," WNBC-TV reported.
With all of the chaos happening under his watch, it is no wonder Adams wants to find a scapegoat in Gov. Abbott.