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Atlantic City Gets $1.5 Mil to Demo Eyesores [AUDIO]

The Casino Reinvestment Development Authority (CRDA) agrees to allocate $1.5 million toward the demolition of blighted properties in the Atlantic City's Tourism District.

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Part-Time Officials Shouldn’t Get Taxpayer-Funded Cars, Says Assemblyman [AUDIO]

Atlantic City is already getting a massive infusion of state aid amidst mounting debt and now there's news that the cash-strapped resort town is paying for eight of its nine part-time council members to have taxpayer-funded cars.

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Struggling Casino Industry Drags Atlantic City's Economy Down
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Can Atlantic City Be Saved? [POLL/AUDIO]

The economic news coming out of New Jersey's gambling mecca has been miserable. Still, leaders on the state and local level claim there is progress under the surface; one just needs to look beyond the casinos.

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Atlantic City is Making Progress, Officials Say

New Jersey lawmakers stepped away from the State House in Trenton to hold a special hearing today on efforts to improve Atlantic City.

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Many Atlantic City Residents Feel Caught In The Middle [SERIES]

Sandra Coles Taliaferro and Cynthia McNeal have spent their entire life living in Atlantic City- and in turn living with the casinos.

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Progress Made To Demolish Eyesores In Atlantic City [AUDIO]

In the midst of a year with major overhauls and continued violence grabbing headlines in Atlantic City, one major initiative has fallen under the radar, despite great success.

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Atlantic City Tourism District Improvements Begin [AUDIO]

Visitors to Atlantic City will be noticing a slew of projects being done as part of the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority’s (CRDA) plan for the improvement of the Tourism District.

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Atlantic City Officials Announce New Safety Initiatives [AUDIO]

The revitalization of Atlantic City continues as New Jersey Attorney General Jeffrey Chiesa along with city and state officials announce new initiatives that will create what they hope is a safer tourism district.

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Plans Unveiled to Overhaul Public Safety in Atlantic City’s Tourism Areas

Twenty-five new special law enforcement officers will likely be conducting walking patrols near Atlantic City's casinos by summer's end.

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Atlantic City’s Tourism District Master Plan Is Unveiled [POLL]

The framework for Atlantic City's newly formed Tourism District is passed with a unanimous vote on Wednesday but what will be the future for the Tourism District Master Plan?

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