This is the second time in a week Christie faced questions about the lane closings that some Democrats believe were executed to pay back a Democratic mayor who refused to endorse Christie for re-election. Christie has denied it.
The votes authorize the towns to acquire small strips of land by negotiation or by seizing it under the power of eminent domain. Any land seized would have to be paid for.
Jersey Shore communities issued a dire progress report on the last weekend of the summer. Some towns announced that they had lost millions of dollars in beach revenue in 2013 despite a massive summer ad campaign.
It was a special celebration for many in New Jersey, just months after Sandy ravaged the Garden State, flags and revelers were out as residents took in parades and hit the beach.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he doesn’t regret calling a former Navy SEAL an “idiot” during a heated exchange at a recent public event.
When a listener named Mike called in and claimed to be old friends with Governor Christie, I think everyone was a bit suspicious.
Craig and Governor Christie were both very pleased to welcome ex-Met George Foster to the Allstate Studio this morning to talk a little about baseball and a little about life.
A few weeks back Boomer & Craig welcomed Vincenzo Guadagnino, otherwise known as Vinny from MTV’s “Jersey Shore,” into the Allstate Studio. Vinny had some less-than-flattering things to say about Governor Christie. On Friday, the governor fired back.
Things were going very well this morning with Governor Christie filling in for Boomer. That is, until his staff disappeared.
With NJ Governor Chris Christie sitting in for Boomer today, we all assumed ole Jerry Recco would be on his best behavior, but I guess it’s true what they say about assuming.
Christie wants a longtime New Jersey eyesore, Xanadu, to get a face-lift.
Happy to wield a veto pen, seemingly eager to lambast anyone and anything that stands in his way and apt to use sarcasm to make his points, Christie is a phenomenon–and not just in New Jersey.
Governor Chris Christie will be presenting his state budget on Tuesday, and lawmakers are getting ready.
Obviously, losing $400 million of federal funding in the education “Race to the Top” grant process was a major screw up that New Jersey just can’t afford.