Saturday, August 30, 2014
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Sign of the times at Trump Marina

In what is the most public move yet as the Golden Nugget brand prepares to re-enter the Atlantic City market, workmen today began removing the "TRUMP MARINA" sign that has been on the bay-side casino-hotel since 1997.

Sign of the times at Trump Marina

In what is the most public move yet as the Golden Nugget brand prepares to re-enter the Atlantic City market, workmen today began removing the "TRUMP MARINA" sign that has been on the bay-side casino-hotel since 1997. 

According to Nugget officials, things are on-track for the new casino operation to be in place within a couple of weeks. Among the immediate changes will be the opening of a Chart House restaurant on the site of what was, for many years, the Harborview seafood house. It is expected to be open for business either on or right after Memorial Day weekend.

About this blog
Philly native Chuck Darrow has literally covered Atlantic City’s casino scene since Day One: He was there on assignment the night in November 1976 when voters approved legalized casinos.

Since then, Chuck has covered the town and its gaming industry for several area newspapers -- which is why, in some circles, he’s known as “Boardwalk Charlie.”

You can reach Chuck at darrowc@phillynews.com. Reach Chuck at darrowc@phillynews.com.

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