Progress in Atlantic City will require the State and key stakeholders to do many things well, though not all at once. To ensure that our efforts produce progress for all of Atlantic City's constituents, business enterprises as well as families, the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs (DCA) worked with city officials and local stakeholders to create the Atlantic City Executive Council. The purpose of the Executive Council is to provide a structure for government, private, and philanthropic institutions to share information, establish partnerships, and unite in common purpose.

The Executive Council consists of the Mayor; City Council President; Casino Reinvestment Development Authority (CRDA); Atlantic County Economic Alliance; Atlanticare; Stockton University; Atlantic Cape Community College; Atlantic City school district superintendent; Atlantic City Housing Authority; Atlantic County Prosecutor; ACDEVCO; civic association, casino management, labor, and community art representatives; and DCA, which is the state department charged with stabilizing the city’s finances under the Municipal Stabilization and Recovery Act.

 Meeting Date   Agenda   Meeting Notes 
 October 16, 2018  10-16-18 Agenda  none
 November 13, 2018  11-13-18 Agenda  11-13-18 Notes
 December 11, 2018  12-11-18 Agenda  12-11-18 Notes
 January 22, 2019  01-22-19 Agenda  01-22-19 Notes
 February 19, 2019  02-19-19 Agenda  02-19-19 Notes
 March 19, 2019  03-19-19 Agenda  03-19-19 Notes
 April 16, 2019  04-16-19 Agenda  04-16-19 Notes
 May 21, 2019  05-21-19 Agenda  05-21-19 Notes
 June 18, 2019  06-18-19 Agenda  06-18-19 Notes 
 July 16, 2019  07-16-19 Agenda  07-16-19 Notes
August 20, 2019 08-20-19 Agenda  08-20-19 Notes
September 17, 2019 09-17-19 Agenda  09-17-19 Notes
October 15, 2019 10-15-19 Agenda  10-15-19 Notes
November 19, 2019 11-19-19 Agenda  11-19-19 Notes
December 17, 2019 12-17-19 Agenda  12-17-19 Notes
January 21, 2020 01-21-20 Agenda