Murphy meets with local stakeholders over state's role in Atlantic City

February 13, 2018

A decision on what role the state will take in the city is still being determined, as the new administration continues to talk to local stakeholders, said Lisa Ryan, spokeswoman for the Community Affairs Department.

However, no timetable has been set for Gov. Phil Murphy to determine the state’s future in the city, Ryan said.

“It’s not uncommon for a new administration to take their time in deciding what to do,” said Marc Pfeiffer, professor at Rutgers University’s Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy.

Press of Atlantic City, February 13, 2018

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