Atlantic City leaders have opposed every attempt to even consider legislation expanding casino gambling beyond its borders.
Hard Rock says the April 22 date was a precautionary warning in case the casino does not emerge from bankruptcy and has to close.
Testifying before the Casino Control Commission this week, Hard Rock CEO James Allen said city and state efforts to help are good, but more needs to be done
And it may center around the defunct Revel property, soon to be bought by Florida developer Glenn Straub.
Florida’s Seminole Indians, the Hard Rock Hamlets, are renewing their torturous debate about entering Atlantic City’s gambling market.
The people who run the Hard Rock franchise appeared to be backing off a potential deal.
Casino regulators down the shore have given a green light for construction of a so-called “boutique” casino that’ll carry the “Hard Rock” name on the south end of the Atlantic City boardwalk.