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Authorities Investigating Whether Proposed Casino Boat is Legal

Written by The Two River Times. Posted in Featured, Front Page, News

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Local residents voice their opinion about the gambling boat proposal in Atlantic Highlands.

Published on July 20, 2012 with 1 Comment

By John Burton

ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS – The simmering controversy over whether to allow a casino boat to operate out of the municipally operated harbor may be rendered moot by a more than a decade-old state law.

Lisa Spengler, a spokesperson for the Division of Gaming Enforcement in the state’s Office

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  1. This law was created for a reason, which was to protect the people in the area subjected to the fallout of having such activities going on. I vehemently oppose this casino boat. It will change the face of Atlantic Highlands a wonderful sleepy family town. Who know what it will turn into once the boat comes with that amount of daily traffic – it can’t be good!

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