Atlantic City Officials Vow to Fight State Takeover of Finances

January 14, 2016

“The state can make some tough decisions that are very, very difficult for local officials to make because of local political pressures. For example, you have to cut costs in Atlantic City in order to reflect what the city is today, not what it was 25 years ago, when the casinos were at their peak. You may have to sell assets and that’s a very, very painful decision to make,” said Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University Dean James Hughes.

NJTV News, January 13

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