Atlantic City's Trump Taj Mahal is scheduled to close on December 12. Before
then, it was announced that the casino resort will no longer issue credit and is
closing the Chairman Tower hotel tower in preparation.
Last week, the state received a petition from the casino asking for permission
The New Jersey Gaming Enforcement Division released the petition details
publically on Monday.
State officials and union representatives have been in negotiations with Trump
Entertainment in efforts to save the jobs for the 3,000 employed. However the
union has not been able to agree on terms for the court-ordered plan.
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