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					                              MINUTES - PUBLIC MEETING NO. 07-04-04
                                April 4, 2007 - 10:30 a.m.

                                New Jersey Casino Control Commission
                           Joseph P. Lordi Public Meeting Room - First Floor
                                   Tennessee Avenue & Boardwalk
                                       Atlantic City, New Jersey




PRESIDING:         Chair Linda M. Kassekert

PRESENT:        Vice Chair Michael A. Fedorko and Commissioners
                   Michael C. Epps, Ralph G. Frulio and William T. Sommeling


          Subsequent to the reading of a statement of compliance with the notice requirements
          of the Open Public Meetings Act and identification of items discussed during closed
          session, the Commission considered and took formal action on the following matters:


     1.   By a vote of 5-0 ratified the minutes of March 21, 2006; and

          By a vote of 4-0 (Commissioner Sommeling abstained) ratified the minutes of the special
          hearing of March 15, 2007 (transcript pages 9-10).

2.        By a vote of 5-0 remanded for hearings 18 applications for initial or renewal of casino key
          and casino employee licenses (Exhibit EL-1*).

          By a vote of 5-0 granted 11 applications for initial or renewal of casino key and casino
          employee licenses (Exhibit EL-2*).

          By a vote of 5-0 granted the following applications for initial and renewal of casino key
          employee licenses and for qualification: Kimberly A. Coker, Vice President of Finance for
          Boardwalk Regency Corporation; and Mary R. Kramer, Vice President of Design and
          Construction for RIH Acquisition NJ and Resorts International Hotel, Inc. (Exhibit EL-2*;
          transcript pages 11-13).
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3.     By a vote of 5-0 approved the petition of Marina District Development Company (d/b/a
       Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa) and issued a temporary casino key employee license to
       Andrew Schlesinger, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 5 :12-89 (e ) and permitted him, pursuant to
       N.J.A.C. 19 :43-2.6 to assume the duties and exercise the power of Vice President, General
       Manager of the Water Club, without first having been qualified (PRN 0750701) (Exhibit EL-
       2*; transcript pages 13-15).

4.      By a vote of 5-0 approved the stipulations of settlement and consent agreements and
        granted the casino key and casino employee license or renewal applications of Leonard J.
        Coleman, Sr., Girish N. Hasija, Darnell A. Kelly, Leon L. Richardson, Tithi Syed, Eric B.
        Rollins, Karl M. Harrison, Shawn M. Jenkins, Tara J. Lewis, Ernest M. Mason, James F.
        Murphy, Jr., Bonita L. Edwards, Sheryll Y. Jackson and Patricia A. Juarez (rulings number
        07-04-04-04-A, 07-04-04-04-B, 07-04-04-04-C, 07-04-04-04-D, 07-04-04-04-E, 07-04-04-04-F,
        07-04-04-04-G, 04-04-04-H, 04-04-04-I, 04-04-04-J, 04-04-04-L, 04-04-04-M, 04-04-04-N,
        04-04-04-O; and

        Approved the stipulation of settlement and revoked the credential held by Samuel Jean.
        Respondent may petition for a position that does not require a license; petition for a
        casino service employee registration; and apply for a casino employee license in
        accordance with the timelines set forth in the stipulation (ruling number 04-04-04-K,
        transcript pages 15-18).

5.      By a vote of 5-0 denied James D. Smith petition to reapply early for a casino employee
        license, a casino service employee registration and to work as a non-credential hotel
        employee (ruling number 07-04-04-05A);

        The Commission considered the petition of David G. Neewilly for early reapplication, and
        by a vote of 5-0 denied Mr. Neewilly’s petition for early reapplication. Subsequently, upon
        Mr. Neewilly’s appearance, vacated the existing Order and issued the following ruling:

        By a vote of 5-0 granted David G. Neewilly permission to reapply early for a casino
        employee license, a casino service employee registration and to work as a non-credential
        hotel employee, subject to the conditions in the Order (ruling number 07-04-04-05-B;
        transcript pages 18-21, 50-68).

6.      Adjourned the stipulation of settlement in application of Mariahilda Rivera-Irizarry for a
        casino key employee license and for qualification (06-0513-EA) (transcript pages 24).

7.      By a vote of 5-0 adopted the Commission Opinion in petition of S.D. for removal from the
        voluntary self-exclusion list (07-0110-LI) (ruling number 07-04-04-07; transcript pages 24-
        25).
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8.      By a vote of 5-0 denied the petition of Ikon Office Solutions, Inc., and determined that
        Steel Partners, II, LP, is not an institutional investor, as defined at N.J.S.A 5:12-27.1, nor has
        it demonstrated its inability to control Ikon Office Solutions, Inc., which would warrant a
        waiver of qualification, pursuant to N.J.A.C 19:51-1.14(b)(4). Steel Partners, II, LP must file
        the appropriate qualifier form in connection with Ikno Office Solutions, Inc. license
        renewal application, no later than May 4, 2007. If they fail to comply, Ikon will be
        prohibited from conducting any direct or indirect business as of May 4, 2007 and must
        cancel all existing contracts by May 18, 2007 (PRN 2120601) (ruling number 07-04-04-08;
        transcript pages 25-50).

9.      The petitions of LGC Wireless, Inc. for waiver of qualification for Mayfield Fund (PRN
        2220601); Crystal Ventures (PRN 2210601); Intel Capital Corporation (PRN 2020606); and
        Omers Administration Corporation (PRN 2020607) were withdrawn at the request of the
        petitioner (transcript page 68).

10.     Adjourned the joint petition of RIH Acquisitions, LLC, NJ and Resorts International Hotel,
        Inc. for approval of a Second Amended and Restated Joint Services Agreement (PRN
        0600601) (transcript page 68).

11.     Considered the amended petition of Hamlet Holdings, LLC, Hamlet Merger, Inc., TPG
        Hamlet Holdings, LLC, TPG Hamlet Holdings B, LLC, Apollo Hamlet Holdings, LLC and
        Apollo Hamlet Holdings B, LLC for Certain Declaratory Rulings:

        By a vote of 5-0 adopted the draft resolution and a) denied the request for a ruling that
        the qualification of entity qualifiers is waivable, pursuant to N.J.S.A 5:12-85; and b) with
        that exception, granted the rulings requested in the amended petition (PRN 0300701)
        (ruling number 07-04-04-11; transcript pages 73-111).

12.     By a vote of 5-0 adopted the draft Resolution and granted the waiver of the qualification
        requirement for Merlinda Gallegos, in her capacity as Vice President, Corporate
        Philanthropy (PRN 0680706) (ruling number 07-04-04-12; transcript pages 68-73).

13.     By a vote of 5-0 adopted the draft Resolution and granted the waiver of the qualification
        requirement for Debbie Hottensen in her capacity as Vice President - Corporate Strategy
        (PRN 0680706) (ruling number 07-04-04-13; transcript pages 68-73).

14.     Considered the temporary adoption of amendment to N.J.A.C. 19:46-1.18 and N.J.A.C.
        19:46-1; Authorization of a test for card changing at least once every 48 hours for
        Blackjack, Mini-Baccarat, Spanish 21 and Double Attack Blackjack:

        By a vote of 5-0 approved the amendment to N.J.A.C. 19:46-1.18 and N.J.A.C. 19:46-1 for
        temporary adoption and authorized a test to commence on or before April 20, 2007
        (transcript pages 111-113).
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15.     By a vote of 5-0 suspended the credentials held by Ricardo Garcia, Edgard Guerrero and
        Ever Turcios (rulings number 07-04-04-15-A, 07-04-04-15-B, 07-04-04-15-C; transcript pages
        21-24).


        In accordance with Resolution No. 06-12-13-20, the next closed session of the Commission
        shall be held on Wednesday, April 18, 2007, at 9:15 a.m. in the Commission offices
        (transcript page 113).


        There being no members of the public to address the Commission, the meeting adjourned
        at 12-32 p.m.


*Lists of individuals acted upon at this meeting have been documented by exhibit number.
Commission rulings are documented in orders or resolutions. These lists, rulings and official
transcripts are available for public review at the Commission offices located at the corner of
Tennessee Avenue and the Boardwalk, Atlantic City, New Jersey.


These minutes remain subject to amendment until such time as they are formally ratified by the
New Jersey Casino Control Commission.


                                 CERTIFICATION

I, Dianna W. Fauntleroy, Executive Secretary of the New Jersey Casino Control Commission, DO
HEREBY CERTIFY that the foregoing Minutes of the Open Session conducted on April 4, 2007, are
true and correct.


                                       ____________________________________
                                             Dianna W. Fauntleroy, Esq.
                                     Executive Secretary

				
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