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Hamilton Mall power situation has been 'rectified,' says owner

Hamilton Mall power situation has been 'rectified,' says owner

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Atlantic City Electric has issued a notice to the Hamilton Mall saying it will disconnect power if an unpaid balance isn’t paid by April 7.

Scott Fine, co-owner of Level Up Entertainment, talks about Atlantic City Electric issuing a notice to the Hamilton Mall saying it will disconnect power if an unpaid balance isn't paid by April 7.

There will be no power shutdown at the Hamilton Mall, Namdar Realty told its tenants Wednesday in a joint statement with mall management.

Citing a miscommunication issue, Namdar said the issue was rectified once they were notified of it.

"Unfortunately, there was a miscommunication recently with regards to utility services with Atlantic City Electric for Hamilton Mall in Mays Landing, New Jersey," the statement read.

"We sincerely apologize for any confusion or inconvenience this situation may have caused."

On Tuesday, A.C. Electric posted notices on the mall doors stating that electric services may be disconnected if the balance wasn't paid in full on our around April 7.

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