Movies, Marijuana, Money – Monday’s Roundup

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Scoop of the Week goes to Nanette LoBiondo who reports that a theater operator bought the long-abandoned Ventnor Twin theater and plans to reopen it next year as a boutique movie house slash restaurant where you can B your own B. Ventnor Commissioner Lance Landgraf said “the movie theater would be ‘a game changer’ for Ventnor,” NanLo reports.

Honestly, this is more exciting to me than Revel + Hard Rock. (And it’s been Elinor’s dream for a couple of years).

That’s the percentage of New Jerseyans in favor of legalizing marijuana according to the latest Monmouth U. poll, and it’s up 11% since four years ago. Elected officials, who get paid to do unpopular stuff all the time, are less excited.

$4.8 Million
Amy Rosenberg has updated the legal bill run up by Jeffrey Chiesa and the rest of the Atlantic City oversight team in light of her latest document request, and my favorite part of this story is the part where Sheila Oliver shows up to throw shade at cost concerns.

For everything else from around South Jersey, see below:

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