Atlantic City meltdown may haunt Christie

February 15, 2015

One major impact of the casino closings is a shift in the property tax base, from Atlantic City business owners to residents, many of whom lost their jobs when the casinos began closing. Nancy Mantell, director of Rutgers Economic Advisory Service, forecast at a December conference that the casino closings will cost New Jersey 11,000 direct jobs.

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