As remnants of Ian move in, Atlantic City’s low lying residents offered vehicle refuge

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Aerial View of Atlantic City New Jersey showing the casino strip along the world famous boardwalk., the closed Bader Field, also known as Atlantic City Municipal Airport and Bernie Robbins Stadium, originally known as The Sandcastle in the lower left corner. © Anthony Aneese Totah Jr | Dreamstime.com

ATLANTIC CITY, NJ (Public Service Announcement) – In preparation for the remnants of Hurricane Ian, residents who live in low-elevation neighborhoods and visitors to Atlantic City, CRDA has authorized the Wave Garage to provide free parking to all Atlantic City residents and visitors from:

8:00 PM tonight (Friday), September 30, 2022 through 12:00 PM (noon), October 3, 2022.

Parking will be limited to the second floor of the Wave Garage during this time.

Published as a public safety announcement for the city of Atlantic City.

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