Lawsuit claims that Bridgeton violated Open Public Meetings Act

NJFOG posted last fall about the financial trouble and mismanagement at the Bridgeton Port Authority, which has not been operating for some time.  The Authority’s board was re-formed in recent years with appointees consisting mainly of city council members, who Continue Reading →

Open records law is first Port Authority reform legislation to take effect

By Steve Strunsky NJ Advance Media for NJ.com June 30, 2015 (full article here) TRENTON — Bi-state legislation subjecting the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey to the public records laws of both states has been signed by Continue Reading →