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Casino Reinvestment Development Authority vice chairman Richard Tolson, left, chairman Robert Mulcahy, executive director Matt Doherty and chairman of the Casino Control Commission James Plousis at a meeting in 2019.


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ATLANTIC CITY – The Casino Reinvestment Development Authority on Tuesday approved the final site plan for a new mini-golf course near the boardwalk.

North Beach’s 18-hole mini-golf course will be located at 120 Euclid Ave. and will include two levels, bicycle rental and a pedestrian bridge leading to the promenade.

Nick Intrieri, co-owner of North Beach Mini Golf LLC, said there is no set date for construction to begin, but the company aims to start work in September so that it can be open for summer 2022.

The project was approved for a derogation of use as well as derogations from the existing regulations on setbacks, parking and signage.

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During the meeting, several members of the public expressed their enthusiasm for the project.

“I want to express the residents’ support for this project,” said Libbie Wills, President of the First Ward Civic Association. “So many times in the past we’ve talked about bringing family attractions to Atlantic City, and that’s it. It is a project for all age groups.

During a public hearing on May 20, more than 10 members of the public, both local and regional, declared themselves in favor of minigolf, said Lance Landgraf, director of development and development of the CRDA.