On February 1, 2011, Governor Christie signed legislation transferring various regulatory functions from the Casino Control Commission (Commission) to the Division of Gaming Enforcement (Division). As part of those changes, the Division became responsible for the day-to-day regulation of the Atlantic City casino industry, including for the administrative process of handling petitions filed for action by the regulatory agencies. The relevant legislation, P.L. 2011, c. 19, became effective immediately on February 1, 2011, but it allowed for the orderly and seamless transition of responsibilities to occur over a 90-day period thereafter. The following reports of petition filings contain descriptions of all petitions filed with the Division since the transition was completed on May 1, 2011.