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City Sweepstakes official rules for more details.
shutdown set for 8 a.m. July 5
CITY, New Jersey -- Casino Control Commission Chair
Linda M. Kassekert Sunday ordered that all gaming activity
at Atlantic City casinos must cease as of 8 a.m. on Wednesday,
July 5, 2006.
direct that, absent the enactment of an Appropriations
Act for Fiscal Year 2007, the operation certificate of
each casino licensee shall be temporarily suspended, and
no gaming wager shall occur after 8 a.m. on July 5, 2006,
she said. At that point, each casino licensee shall
commence the implementation of its internal controls governing
the cessation of gaming and the orderly closure of its
casino and simulcasting facilities.
said she selected the time and date after meeting Saturday
with representatives of 10 of the citys casinos,
security directors, the Division of Gaming Enforcement,
New Jersey State Police, Atlantic City Mayor Robert Levy
and Atlantic City Chief of Police John Mooney. She said
participants at the meeting raised concerns about the
potential security and public safety issues that could
arise as a result of simultaneously closing all 12 casinos.
Chief Mooney indicated at that meeting the problems would
be exacerbated by the presence of up to one million people
estimated to visit the city over the four-day Fourth of
light of the number of people expected to be present during
the holiday weekend, a minimum of 48 hours notice would
be appropriate to advise travel industry providers and
patrons, both those already present in the casino hotels
and those having been actively solicited by ongoing advertising,
of the closing of gaming operations, she said.
notified casino operators that they will have to remain
closed until such time as you are notified by me
that you are authorized to reopen your casino and simulcasting
facilities and resume gaming operations under such conditions
as I deem