ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.— A Superior Court judge was scheduled to hear final arguments in an eminent domain case between a New Jersey man and the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority. The Atlantic City piano-tuner uses the first floor of the building, which sits in the shadow of the closed Revel Casino Hotel, for his business and rents the top two floors to tenants.» Read More
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