The likelihood of additional casinos opening in New York City concerns Atlantic City’s casino bosses, but they feel there is still time to fix the seaside gambling resort’s woes before that happens.

Speaking at a forum Friday sponsored by the Greater Atlantic City Chamber, executives from Hard Rock, Resorts, Tropicana and Bally’s all said additional New York casinos are inevitable.

New York is entertaining proposals from companies interested in building a casino in Manhattan or other parts of the city, which would join the one city casino currently operating, Resorts World in Queens.

The New Jersey casino executives say Atlantic City still has time to shore up its own business to compete more effectively once that happens. Read More from AP News.