For most of us, Atlantic City is like a dream come true.
A place we could spend an entire summer relaxing, meeting new people and spending time with our families.
But for a select few, the resort town is the antithesis of that.
And it is why Atlantic City casinos are getting such an ugly reputation.
In fact, it is a scandal that is costing the city billions of dollars in lost revenue every year.
For years, casinos have been forced to open and close on the spur of the moment to keep their occupancy levels above their minimums.
But that was no longer enough.
In 2018, the state’s casinos made changes to their operating rules, forcing them to open earlier in the morning and close later in the evening.
These changes also forced the casinos to reduce their occupancy hours and to cut down on the number of guests they had to house and serve.
Now that the new rules have gone into effect, it appears that the city may have to close all but the most luxurious hotels, as well as some of the most exclusive casinos, including the Grand Hyatt, the Taj Mahal and the Trump International Golf Club.
And those are just the hotels that are currently being closed.
Other city-owned properties, such as the Trump Taj Mahals and Trump Plaza hotels, will be able to reopen after the changes take effect in 2019.
But there are other city-operated properties that are going to be shuttered.
For example, the Trump Plaza Hotel, which is owned by the city and is the oldest casino in the world, is set to close on December 30.
The city has been in talks with the owners of the Trump Hotel for several years to try to keep it open.
The Trump Hotel has been operating for almost 200 years and has been open for nearly 150 years, according to the city’s website.
The Trump Hotel’s closure comes after the city agreed to a new deal with Trump Corp., the developer of the Taj Majors and other Atlantic City properties.
The deal with the Trump Organization, a partnership between the casino corporation and a Chinese-based conglomerate, will allow the city to close other city owned properties in exchange for $5 billion in bonds.
The bonds are being offered by the Casino Reinvestment Act of 2006.
The city was able to borrow $4.6 billion in the last round of the deal.
The bonds will be repaid over 30 years with interest, according the city.
The City Council approved the deal last week.
The new bonds will pay for the city paying the debt on time.
The bond issue is expected to bring in an estimated $2.5 billion, according CNBC.