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