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NJ Legislators Examine Proposed Atlantic City Financial Plan

TRENTON, NJ (CBS) — Members of a New Jersey Assembly committee heard testimony on a proposed 5 year financial plan developed by Atlantic City, aimed at staving off a potential state takeover. 329 more words


Legislative Preview: Atlantic City Recovery Recap

Officials from New Jersey’s troubled gaming capitol of Atlantic City will update lawmakers on their progress toward balancing their city budget tomorrow. The resort town faced a complete state takeover of its finances earlier this year, with Mayor Don Guardian caught in a war of words with both Governor Chris Christie and Senate President Steve Sweeney. 337 more words

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A Change in Perspective

So as many of you know, I am in the middle of a somewhat lengthy revision (literally!) of my unpublished novel, Dancing on Seaside, which is set in Atlantic City. 393 more words

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Atlantic City Submits 5-Year Financial Plan, Hoping To Avert NJ Takeover

By KYW’s David Madden

TRENTON, NJ (CBS) — The financial future of Atlantic City now rests with the state of New Jersey, as city officials submit a 5 year plan to stabilize its budget problems… 151 more words


Chris Christie Changed His Tune on North Jersey Gambling After PAC Gets $1 Million

Over the past several weeks as I’ve watched the ads concerning the north Jersey casino initiative, something has struck me as odd: The anti-expansion casino folks have dominated the airwaves, explaining that the initiative to expand casinos into north Jersey enables Trenton politicians an enormous amount of latitude in terms of which casinos will operate and where they will be located. 777 more words

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Seasonal Opportunities


Below are two seasonal job opportunities.

H & M Part time Sales Advisor – Atlantic City (Outlets) – Must be 18; have at least six months of sales experience – Apply online at  25 more words


When the Fate of a Municipality Is in the State’s Hands

eBlog, 10/25/16

Good Morning! In this a.m.’s eBlog, we consider the denouement in Atlantic City, as it submits its final fiscal plan in a last-minute effort to avert a state takeover; then we jet to the warmer Caribbean, where the PROMESA board is in federal court to lift the provision in the new PROMESA law which imposes a stay on Puerto Rico debt-related litigation until at least next February 15th. 1,096 more words