Cultural Resource Consulting Group's Phase IB-II Cultural Resource Investigation undertaken on behalf of Conectiv Power Delivery recommended a series of mitigations in order to counteract the physical and visual effects of the company's transmission line upgrade on cultural resources. Among these resources was the Camden & Atlantic Railroad alignment, which had previously been determined eligible for National Register listing, and whose viewshed was to be adversely affected by the project. In order to mitigate these effects, the New Jersey Historic Preservation Office specified the production of a brochure that would celebrate the history and historical significance of the railroad. Serving as project manager and editor, Gregory led the team to produce and disseminate the pamphlet, "Camden & Atlantic Railroad: A history of the line that made Atlantic City," as a means of educating the public about this cultural resource related to Atlantic City's development as a summer resort destination.
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