Governor Christie Demands Further Reform From Delaware River Port Authority

September 3, 2010 04:27

Governor Chris Christie continued to demand accountability and reform at the Delaware River Port Authority.



‘“Doing only enough to get out of the headlines and away from the ethical cloud that has formed over the authority is simply not good enough. Attempts to pass off half measures, watered-down resolutions and double standards as real reform raises serious questions about the leadership and commitment to accountability at the authority,” said Governor Christie. “The reforms I called for, along with Governor Rendell and numerous other public officials, represent only a baseline of reform needed at the authority. Failure to comply with these basic and common sense directives will not restore the tollpayers’ confidence in the activity of the DRPA. The public will not accept activity in place of real action and neither will I. The board and leadership at DRPA must do better.”’

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