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City Ordinance 26, Pure Water Conservation

  For those interested in Atlantic City’s environmental concerns and efforts to conserve pure water, read this memo from Public Works Director, Richard Norwood. Advertisements

Joseph Polillo Releasing Tax Returns a Sign of Hope

   Atlantic City politics is fraught with corruption.  Within the Mayoral contest Joseph Polillo has sparked a glimpse of hope.  Mr. Polillo’s release of tax returns has sent a ripple through the campaigns preparing for the June primary, in which Mr. Polillo is not involved.  Michael Clark reported: Polillo, who is running in November’s general election, … Continue reading

Stepping Back in Atlantic City Time

   Today’s Atlantic City memory is from Innocent Bystander: It was Atlantic City in the ’60s. My parents loved cafeterias. Even as a kid, before I realized what “low rent” was, cafeterias felt decidedly low rent to me. Maybe it was the people sitting around us. It certainly wasn’t us. … We were on vacation–in … Continue reading

Atlantic City Gaming Revenues Down

 The reports are out and Atlantic City casinos are losing revenue.  Rather than give the casinos additional tools to bring in more customers, Atlantic City Councilmen are preventing casinos from bringing in smoking patrons.  The Vice Squad comments: Since legal casinos opened in Atlantic City in the late 1970s, gambling revenues went up every year — … Continue reading

Smokers’ Rights Association Fights Proposed Casino Smoking Ban

Smokers’ Rights Association Contact: Jesse O. Kurtz For Immediate Release Tel. 609.334.3756 E-mail: smokersra@gmail.com http://smokersra.wordpress.com CITIZENS GROUP OPPOSES ANY FURTHER GOVERNMENT-IMPOSED CASINO SMOKING BAN 500+ People Urge Atlantic City Councilmen to Vote “No” on an Increased Smoking Ban Smokers Rights’ Association has formed to protest Councilman G. Bruce Ward’s proposed casino smoking ban. The Councilman … Continue reading

A Call to Action

Atlantic CIty City Council will meet at 5pm on Wednesday, 9 April. They will consider Ordinance 5-A, an ordinance to ban smoking. You are encouraged to come out and support civil liberties and the rights of businessmen. Please come out to the meeting, make signs, and tell Councilmen to vote “no” on any increased smoking … Continue reading