ATLANTIC CITY — All of the 11 gaming halls in Atlantic City were back in operation by noon today, Gov. Chris Christie and Division of Gaming Enforcement Acting Director David Rebuck announced.
“This has been a difficult time for everyone in Atlantic City and throughout the state,” said Christie. “Now that Hurricane Irene has passed, we are extremely pleased to have the casinos safely back in operation and employees returning to work. I commend the casinos for working so cooperatively with the Division of Gaming Enforcement during this emergency.”
“I want to thank the dedicated workers at all levels of government who protected the employees, guests and residents of Atlantic City,” Rebuck said.
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