New Report Shows Atlantic City Made Progress in Variety of Areas

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ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. -

A new report released today by officials with the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs (NJDCA) shows it's been a productive last three months for Atlantic City.

NJDCA officials issued their first quarterly progress report on Atlantic City initiatives for the three months between the release of the Atlantic City transition report in September and December 31st.

The quarterly report shows the city has made progress in a variety of areas, including creating a jobs-training program for residents, developing a paid summer internship program for the city's youth, and creating a citizens advisory board to strengthen communication between police and the community.

Lt. Gov. Shelia Oliver says positive things are happening in the city because people are working together towards a common goal.

She added that the NJDCA will continue to issue quarterly reports to keep people on task and accountable for results.

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