The report finds former Port Authority official David Wildstein and ex-Christie aide Bridget Kelly were behind the closures.
The Rutgers-Eagleton poll released Wednesday finds more New Jersey residents disapprove of the way Gov. Chris Christie has handled recovery from Sandy.
Thursday’s town hall meeting in Monmouth County was the first since a political payback scandal engulfed his administration.
Sokolich also was asked to provide documents. The Bergen County Record reported t hat Sokolich sent a letter back to attorney Randy Mastro on Monday declining the request.
A legislative committee investigating the role of Gov. Chris Christie’s administration in September’s lane closures at the George Washington Bridge issued 12 more subpoenas during a meeting Monday.
New Jersey’s largest newspaper says it now regrets endorsing the Republican governor for re-election last year.
Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich has launched more claims against Governor Chris Christie’s administration.
New Jersey lawmakers have merged the committees investigating the George Washington Bridge lane closures.
Democratic Mayor Dawn Zimmer said she met for several hours with representatives from the U.S. Attorney’s Office and turned over her journal and other materials.
Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer defend herself and dug in deeper Sunday with her accusation that Gov. Chris Christie’s administration withheld superstorm Sandy aid in a bid to force her to approve a redevelopment project.
Hoboken’s mayor has stated in an interview that her city was going to be denied Hurricane Sandy relief money if she did not back a Gov. Christie reconstruction project.
Mayor Dawn Zimmer is advocating for better planning and increased funding for flood-prone urban areas.
On Thursday, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will begin its beach replenishment project that will stretch from Manasquan up to Belmar.
“Let baby brother know that we believe in his football skills,” the letter reads. “We know his recent questionable judgment on the field and in Hoboken politics can be corrected.”
A number of residents and officials in New Jersey are tired of the noise from low-flying tourist helicopters on their side of the Hudson River and are now calling for them to be banned.