The announcement of the June 20 hearing before the Casino Control Commission comes as Ocean Resort continues to prepare for its June 28 grand opening
Ocean Resort Casino has been granted a special hearing just eight days before its scheduled opening in Atlantic City to seek approval for a state casino license that will allow the sprawling complex to offer gaming.
The announcement of the June 20 hearing before the Casino Control Commission comes as Ocean Resort continues to prepare for its June 28 grand opening.
A spokesperson for the commission said Wednesday the Division of Gaming Enforcement has filed a report on their findings surrounding the revamped Revel property, and the Casino Control Commission is in the process of making sure that it is complete.
“This isn’t just a technicality. Being awarded a casino license is a very major step,” said Daniel Heneghan, spokesman for the New Jersey Casino Control Commission. “We will hear testimony and they will discuss their plans to attempt to meet the burden of operating a casino, after which the commission will deliberate and make a decision.”
Ocean Resort Casino: When it opens, jobs, gambling, dining & more
As Ocean Resort officials provided a media preview tour of the massive 6.4-million-square-foot resort on Tuesday, they expressed confidence that the casino license vote would be favorable.
“We are fully on track with our gaming license to have it by the 28th,” Seth Shorr, a resort advisor, said Tuesday before the hearing date was announced. “We are confident we are opening and we are working very closely and on track to be opened by the 28th.”
The Casino Control Commission hearing is scheduled for 1 p.m. on June 20 and there will be another hearing the following morning if necessary, according …read more
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