NEWARK — The boardroom at the headquarters of New Jersey Transit here does not often fill with spontaneous applause. But it did on Monday morning — not for an action the agency’s board took, but for one it put off.
After the board took the unusual step of rescheduling its monthly meeting for Martin Luther King’s Birthday, a state and federal holiday, a crowd of Hoboken residents showed up to protest. The residents wanted to stop New Jersey Transit from helping a privately owned ferry company turn a site on the …read more
Source: New York Times