The Las Vegas Review-Journal is reporting that Tony Rodio will probably be named CEO of Caesars Entertainment, “due to his association with corporate raider Carl Icahn. ” (h/t to David Danzis)
Avalon Zoppo at the Press has an enlightening story about FEMA’s plans to tweak the system it uses for charging flood insurance.
“It’s a new system local officials and activists worry could increase premiums for some island residents and burden those least able to afford rising costs.”
Elsewhere in enlightenment, Carly Sitrin at the Spotlight has a great piece on the Schools Development Authority, the entity that funds construction and design of school buildings across the state.
The SDA has $2 billion in active projects and is “mired in controversy.”
For more feats of journalism…
Tax incentive task force makes first criminal referral–A letter by Chairman Ronald Chen refers to law enforcement evidence “of unregistered lobbying on behalf of special interests, which materially affected the legislation and regulations governing New Jersey’s tax incentives granted to businesses,” according to a statement from the task force. www.roi-nj.com
The cherry blossom bloom is on in New Jersey. Check out the colors.–
Thirty percent of Atlantic City without power after storms pass Monday–As of 5:10 a.m., 30 percent of Atlantic City Electric customers were without power. That amounts up to 4,811 customers. The power outage began around 5 a.m. The estimated restoration time is 8 a.m. www.pressofatlanticcity.com
Families talk about the loss of loved ones to violence–Saturday ended a week honoring victims of violence and their survivors. But for a group gathered at Atlantic Cape Community College’s Atlantic City Campus, the memories of the loved ones they lost never end. www.breakingac.com