Atlantic City May Default Without State Aid, Moody’s Says

  • State lawmakers approved loan as part of rescue package
  • Mayor says city will approve once terms are finalized

Atlantic City is likely to default on $3.4 million of debt payments on Aug. 1 without an agreement with New Jersey on a $74 million bridge loan or other state action, according to Moody’s Investors Service.

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