Christie administration may have violated public records law

Part of the records request sought emails sent between David Wildstein (seen here) — the Christie appointee at the Port Authority who ordered the lane closures — and certain employees in the Governor’s Office.

Wednesday, January 8, 2014    Last updated: Wednesday January 8, 2014, 10:29 PM

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Part of the records request sought emails sent between David Wildstein (seen here) — the Christie appointee at the Port Authority who ordered the lane closures — and certain employees in the Governor’s Office.

Related: Christie says he was misled on GWB lane closures

Emails disclosed Wednesday raise questions about whether the Christie administration complied with a public-records request filed by The Record last month.

The newspaper requested documents related to the Port Authority’s decision to close local lanes to the George …read more

Source: North Jersey

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