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Ducktown Housing Revitalization

   The following blog post features the great AC Estates in Ducktown. Ducktown Revitalization is in Fast Forward from Carol Ruffu – Keller Williams Realty – Blog by Carol Ruffu (Keller Williams Realty Atlantic Shore) WELCOME TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD Live, work & invest in Atlantic City. Atlantic City has always been a City of neighborhoods.  … Continue reading

Wetlands or People?

  Environmental restrictions could frustrate the plans of Robert Pagano and Triple Five Worldwide to develop a casino in the Marina District.   Marjorie Preston of Casino Connection blogs, As so many mega-operators suspend their Atlantic City development plans, it’s good to hear about new projects. They may be years down the road or never come … Continue reading

Sunrise in Atlantic City

  We like to feature great photographers and all things Atlantic City. (Photo credit – http://www.quintanomedia.com/index.php/2008/11/17/sunrise-in-atlantic-city/)

Lorenzo Langford Sceptics Re-Emerge

   It did not take one week before critics of Atlantic City’s new-old-mayor Lorenzo Langford emerged.   Doug Mataconis blogs “Atlantic City, New Jersey: We Still Breed `Em Crazy:” During the 1970’s and 1980’s, more than on [sic] occupant of the Mayor’s Office found themselves heading off to prison thanks to a bribery scandal, and things stayed … Continue reading

Debut on NJ’s Top Political Blog

   My latest article is on COAH (Council on Affordable Housing) and “Governor Jon Corzine’s Latest Gift to Atlantic City: Child Predators and Sex Offenders.”   Here is an excerpt: New Jersey residents, sex offenders, perverts, and pedophiles could be coming to your neighborhood. The latest Governor Jon Corzine scheme not only affects our wallets but … Continue reading

Economic Development on the Horizon

   CasinoGamblingWeb reportsthat Rob Pagano is going forward with an attempt to rezone his Atlantic City property for casino use: Las Vegas Sands Corp. is in trouble. so are a few of the other big casino companies that are based in the United States. Two of them have actually put on hold projects in Atlantic … Continue reading

Protected: Re-Visiting Atlantic City’s Public Housing Hysteria

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Fire Department Spending and Mayor Scott Evans

   The Press of Atlantic City published a story today, “Atlantic City mayor’s exit likely to extinguish Fire Dept. funding,” by Michael Clark and Lynda Cohen. Councilman George Tibbitt, head of the city’s Public Safety Committee, drew attention to Fire Department spending when he raised questions about $60,000 for upgrades to fire stations ordered in … Continue reading

Gloom Sets-In Anticipating October Financial Reports

   There are many murmurings of how bad October’s casino gaming financial reports will be.   Boston Herald Business reports: Consider: September saw the greatest monthly decline in revenues in the 30-year history of legalized gambling, down more than 15 percent. And that was before the financial meltdown hit with full force, and before a smoking ban … Continue reading

Two Fun Things To Do

   Things to do in Atlantic City blogs on two Atlantic City attractions: miniature golf and Absecon Lighthouse. Atlantic City Miniature Golf If you’re looking for something to do besides gambling, shopping, and dining, then take a stroll along the Boardwalk and stop in at Kennedy Plaza for a relaxing round of miniature golf. And … Continue reading