by Lisa A. Grimaldi | November 07, 2012

On Monday, hotel and gaming operations resumed at all 12 of Atlantic City's gaming resorts. The properties were given the OK to reopen Friday by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who had ordered the casino closures, along with the evacuation of the city, on Oct. 27. The closure was only the fourth time in 34 years that Atlantic City casinos had been forced to shutter their doors. The shutdown was estimated to cost the casinos a collective $5 million each day in lost revenue.