Who’s responsible: State legislation that created the Tourism District turned over planning and zoning power within the district to CRDA. Code enforcement authority remains with the city.

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Number of citywide code officers:  Eight (with plans to bring in one additional full-time officer and four part-time officers). They work citywide, including the Tourism District

Number of code officers assigned strictly to the Tourism District: Zero.(with plans to hire two full-time or four part-time officers from $130,000 in CRDA funding)

Timeline: The CRDA and the city have approved the plan to hire the additional officers. A city request for proposals for contractors to provide the service is due March 12.

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