Revel, Ignoring the Business Community, Fireballs – Thursday’s Roundup

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The Philly Inquirer reports that the former Revel/TEN is “possibly headed back on the market” and faces outstanding construction liens for $1.1 million.

Not to diminish the importance of lenderly people fighting over their money, but lots of those casinos have liens and this/these one(s) involve the manager of the nightclub, Joey Morrissey, who is suing the new owner, Bruce Deifik, and this lawsuit is what’s alleging Deifik wants to sell.

I love the Spotlight but here are two side-by-side stories: One is $11 billion in tax credits to New Jersey businesses, given out with defective oversight. The other is an op-ed from the head of the NJ Chamber of Commerce that we need to stop ignoring the “needs of NJ’s business community.”

A bright fireball appeared in the sky over NJ the other day. Bright-fireball sightings are up 15% this fiscal quarter.*

Haddonfield is the best place to live in New Jersey according to 24/7 Wall St., which ranked Brigantine #6 on the list of American Ghost Towns in 2015, ahead of Flint, Michigan.

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