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.
For more feats of journalism…
Mazzeo, Armato demand answers on Atlantic City Rail Line reopening–Assemblymen Vincent Mazzeo and John Armato are urging NJ Transit to announce when the Atlantic City Rail Line, closed since September for installation of positive train control equipment, will reopen. www.pressofatlanticcity.com
25 New Jersey people to watch in 2019–With the New Year comes new storylines, and 2019 will be no different. At the heart of those stories will be people, from politicians and entertainers, activists and sports figures. And as the calendar changes, so does the cast of characters. www.nj.com
New Jersey’s Dairy Farms Are in Crisis–Since he started milking his neighbors’ cows at age 10, Jared Weeks knew he wanted to be a dairy farmer. At 12, he scraped together $2,100 to buy his first cow, a Brown Swiss. At 19, he rented land in Hunterdon County, near where he grew up, and bought 15 cows. njmonthly.com
(THE OTHER) JONES COMES UP BIG AS PLEASANTVILLE FIGHTS OFF UPSET BID FROM EHT–EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — Pleasantville sophomore forward Elijah Jones hasn’t quite developed into a dominating inside presence just yet, but don’t be surprised if he is characterized as such somewhere down the road. And maybe sooner rather than later. glorydaysonline.com