By David Madden
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (CBS) — The power plant that serves the closed-down Revel hotel-casino, in Atlantic City, has pulled its threat to cut off service — at least until next week.READ MORE: 5 People Shot Near Temple University, Philadelphia Police Say
City officials have been warning of health and safety concerns, plus the potential for mold formation if the utilities are shut off at Revel.READ MORE: Zack Wheeler K's 9 In 7 Shutout Innings, Phillies Top Padres 3-0
Attorneys for ACR Energy Partners and the Revel agreed to keep talking, until February 11th at least, about the mounting bill owed to the power company. Bankruptcy judge Gloria Burns has scheduled a hearing for that date if things aren’t worked out.
But if Florida developer Glenn Straub closes on his deal to buy the resort, he has to act by Monday, potentially making that hearing moot.MORE NEWS: Republican Nomination For Pennsylvania U.S. Senate Race Uncertain As Thousands Of Mail-In Votes Still Being Counted
Businesses inside the Revel property continue their appeal to try to block the sale to Straub.