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Our First Anniversary

   Today, we celebrate the one year anniversary of The Atlantic City Scoop.  I am very thankful for the loyal readership that has been cultivated throughout our first year.  The Scoop has turned in to a great hobby for me.  Your thoughts and input has been appreciated and helped to mold what is offered here.

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   As we move in to the second year of The Scoop, I invite your thoughts, suggestions, and recommendations.  Please take a moment to subscribe, if you have not already done so.  Once you are subscribed, please recommend The Scoop to your friends and family.

  Our second year promises to improve upon the first.  The Mayoral elections are in full swing.   The smoking ban is about to have a negative impact on the local economy.  Candidates are waiting to jump out of the gate and campaign for the 2009 election, as soon as November’s elections are concluded.  Illegal renting is rampant in the Sixth Ward.  Atlantic City continues to operate as a sanctuary for illegal aliens. 

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Governor Jon Corzine is beginning to force sex offenders on Atlantic City through the Council On Affordable Housing (COAH).  

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   The courts are ignoring both the law and the will of the people to hold a referendum as to giving Revel Entertainment preferential treatment.   The issues are many and effect the greater region and the state as a whole.

   We promise to be diligent in exploring these issues.   The Scoop began during the “Missing Mayor” controversy.  There is sure to be much more scandal and corruption.  We will be here with a thorough analysis.  Thank you again.  Enjoy our first anniversary week!


About Jesse O. Kurtz

I am committed to fulfilling the promise of Atlantic City. The town would benefit from greater political participation by average citizens. Hopefully, some of the posts herein will encourage you to get more involved in your community. This blog will also feature other topics and subjects beyond Atlantic City. I hope that you will come to love Atlantic City as much, or more than I do.


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