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Author Bryant Simon Give His Take on Current Atlantic City Problems

3-10-16
Bryant Simon, author of "Boardwalk of Dreams: Atlantic City and the Fate of Urban America", gives his take on the current Atlantic City problems.
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Assembly Budget Hearings Kick Off Annual Season of Spending Debates

3-9-16
Parents and public school advocates from Paterson were among those at the first public hearing for New Jersey's proposed $34.8 billion budget.
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Small Business Owners Worry About Minimum Wage Hike

3-9-16
New Jersey small business owners say they can't afford to pay employees $15 per hour, which is a current proposal for lawmakers to consider.
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In Newark, Small Strides Toward More, Affordable Housing

3-8-16
Displaced tenants in Newark are struggling to find affordable housing units as rents continue to rise and incentivizing private developers to build more housing becomes more difficult.
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Aerial Saw Saves Crews Time Trimming Trees

3-8-16
The aerial saw, with its 10 spinning blades that are suspended from a helicopter, has the potential to save JCP&L crews time and effort when it comes to trimming trees.
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Lawmakers Debate Referendum to Allow for North Jersey Casinos

3-7-16
The Assembly Judiciary Committee held a public hearing on whether or not to ask voters for a constitutional amendment to allow for casinos outside of Atlantic City.
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Advocates Warn of Mass Transit Doom Without Increased Funding

3-4-16
A possible NJ Transit strike isn't the only worry for commuters, according to a new report. Disinvestment is threatening mass transit in the state.
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Tourism Industry Touts Continued Growth

3-4-16
Atlantic County was the only one to experience a dip in tourism industry sales last year. Overall, visits increased by 2.4 percent.
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Most Expensive Train Station Ever Built to Open Thursday

3-2-16
The Oculus, the World Trade Center's new transit hub, cost $4 billion, $2 billion more than the original estimate.
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Hammonton, Folsom Officials to Fight South Jersey Gas Move

3-1-16
South Jersey Gas is planning to move out of the Hammonton/Folsom area to Atlantic City with $12 million in tax credits. Officials in the towns say it's not fair that they're going to lose a major economic resource to a city that might not be able to be saved.