Supermarkets, Wind Farms, Football etc. – Wednesday’s Roundup

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Atlantic City’s getting a new supermarket, probably it will be a ShopRite-affiliated supermarket, probably it will be back on Baltic Avenue near Ohio, where CRDA owns one of its many parking lots. If it seems like only two months ago that CRDA approved a consulting contract to explore the issue, bear in mind the consultants seem to have worked even faster than that. Sentence first, verdict after! As they say.

The state BPU has rejected, for a third time, a planned 25-megawatt windfarm off the coast of Atlantic City. The project manager called the decision disappointing. The BPU called the project expensive.

Three Pleasantville football persons are signing letters of intent to play in college. Mohamed Toure, a running back, is headed to Rutgers.

The South Jersey Times, in an op-ed, said NJ Transit should tell everyone when the AC-Philly rail line will reopen, since the first rule of communications is communicate. Chris Brown, on LinkedIn, said he was happy to share the line would be reopening with a commuter schedule, but I clicked on that link and it was broke.

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